The album opens with the massive track 'Darkest Thought', loaded with keyboards, crushing distortion, drums and growls. Here and there sole band member Hangsvart takes on a clean, narrative approach, adding a bit of variation to the whole. Yet, for the main part, we're dragging ourselves through a cesspool of dejection, malaise and hopelessness. And that never stops.
Or what do expect with song titles like 'Solitude', 'Hopeless', 'Tormented Mind' or 'Lost Dreams'? This is not happy music but it is magnificent. Hangsvart seems like a decent musician with a firm focus on a dark, eerie atmosphere, which is all that funeral doomers need. So my advice: don't hesitate, buy it. It's a perfect addition to any of those cd-shelves loaded with burden and grief.