Opus Inferii is mainly influenced by the Scandinavian hordes from back in the nineties. Besides, these Brazilians seem to put out all the stops to make this a great old school album and that's exactly what it has become. After the traditional intro, we're being treated to haunting guitars, fierce screams and skull splitting drums. In nine songs, this quartet definitely proves that living in a warm country doesn't affect your bleak, cold and brutal sound.
The album reaches highlights in 'Unveiled', 'Lumen Luzbel Obscurantii Satanae' and closer 'Anoint Of Suicide' but the whole album extremely enjoyable for any old school black metal fan. What Opus Inferii does, actually isn't new and perhaps some people will throw the word 'cliché' around. Yet, you don't have to be original, unique or renewing to make a decent album. The blackened hordes won't mind Opus Inferii joining their ranks. They will definitely embrace this splendid album.