Although Lost Legends, in certain passages, do sound imperatively ordinary and commonplace in some aspects, the overall atmosphere of the album is quite fascinating, as you almost feel yourself teleported to a very distant, different and sensitive imaginary dimension, where everything is correlated to the emotional perceptions of the sound. With the proverbial collision of an unexpectedly delusional science of rhythms, Lost Legends is an intrinsically vivacious album, with the pragmatic fluidity of its principles formidably delineated by the incision of its elementary distinct cosmogonies.
With an introspective sagacity that explicitly aligns the sensibility of its fundamental intuitions to the consistency of its outward melodies, Lost Legends is firmly rooted in a monumental majestic proposal, that exteriorizes the coherence and the beauty of the work in a torrential display of delicate wisdom. With its lenient – almost harmful, but exasperatingly eternal – idiosyncrasies serenely predisposed in an colossal frame of majestic sonorous cadences, reinvigorated by the stream of poetic melodies, wonderfully delighted over the gray dust of melancholic rainbows, the harmonies effusively absorb the inhospitable solitude of the universe into the overall intonations of marvelous songs, splendidly integrated into the fascinating vacuum of the most wonderful elegies ever created in black metal-styled ambient music.
A dense, pungent, relentless and incredibly fascinating album, Lost Legends deserves to be among the best underground ambient albums of the year. A formidable, unexpected and inextricably ambivalent work, this highly audacious and melancholic atmospheric piece certainly has the potential to infuse new, intense and more powerful perspectives into the genre wonderfully developed in this magnificent album, that certainly will become a milestone, in the records of the underground music scene.