Well, I guess I can second that. In a way, this album sounds like a collection of songs that some of the world biggest doom metal icons forgot to write. 'Cosmik Lizard', 'Lazarus', 'The Day After The War'... they all sound a bit like ancient Black Sabbath, especially in the vocals. Musically, there is a bit more going on by the way. Expect some compelling guitar solos and some nice hooks and edges.
The biography also mentions three drummers. I don't know if they play simultaneously but there's certainly a whole lot of power coming from the drum kit(s). If you combine that with epic riffs and a voice that somewhat sounds like Ozzy's, you should know what you're in for. There are also some guest spots, Ian Arkley (Seventh Angel, My Silent Wake) plays solo guitar on 'The day after the war' and Damir Eskic (Gonoreas) is responsible for the solo guitar on 'Desolation is divine'.
It's hard to pick a favorite song on this album, because they're all simply stunning doom tracks. Perhaps 'Desolation Is Divine' is my least favorite because of the sudden and somewhat lazy fade-out at the end but that's just a minor flaw on an impeccable piece of doom. If I do have to pick a favorite one, let it be 'The Lone Rider', but most of all, I suggest every single doomer out there to check this out. This is great stuff, period.