The third track, also titled Black Tundra, certainly can be considered the best song of the album. A furious, intense and profound tune, there is a fundamental vitality firmly encapsulated into the song’s essence, that ostensibly reveals a monumental strength, with qualities able to elevate to a higher path the harmonies tied to a sphere of perpetual omniscience, with the power to control all the ponderable serenities of the heart.
With very good songs, Black Tundra achieves a reasonable level of artistry on their debut. Although there is a severe lack of new elements and creative audacity in the album, they’ve managed to stand above the average score, if compared to other acts of the genre. The songs are formidably well elaborated and executed, and reveal an intricate level of pristine sagacity. Unfortunately, some elements lost within their songs are too common ground, and in certain passages, small levels of monotony are an inevitable feature. Nonetheless, vibrating and wonderful guitar lines punctuates with brilliance and delicacy the most marvelous moments of the album.
Although Black Tundra can’t be considered a fabulous masterpiece, the album manages to be good and satisfactory after all, despite a profusion of predictable elements intensely delineated within the songs. Nevertheless, here we testify the formidable potential of a band that has all the necessary elements to be major in the underground music scene, with a profusion of intelligent harmonies, an outstanding songwriting competence, and great capabilities concerning technical skills. Black Tundra rejuvenated some aspects of their genre of choice, and certainly inserts themselves into the underground music scene as a very gratifying promise, that has a perceptive amount of talent, with the power to create and release very interesting albums in the future.