Atmospheric in style, although brilliantly rooted in raw Black Metal, the first track already draw its force with an infuriating wisdom, that shows the listener the strength of a style deeply inserted into a powerful proposal. While the strong guitar lines at first, gives you the first impressions about this marvelously resonating album, the rhythms will remind you of classic BM acts, without losing its inclination to uniqueness.
Despite some rhythms being a little slow, they have a strong Black Metal dissonant identity. In fact, it is so perfectly crafted, without exaggeration, that becomes impossible not to like this fantastic album. With a sinister layout, that makes an oblivious world turn to dust, right away, as soon as you listen to this work, you will feel deeply astounded by how energetic and concentrated these tracks are. With a cautious sonorous outlook, that has an implicit blackness restructuring its exacerbated musical direction, ULG reveals to its audience the resounding values of how a genuine and true Black Metal work should sound.
Although there isn’t anything new here, concerning elements or components to play with, Windark manages to be a decent BM work, and a great reference to the classic definitions of the genre. In fact, a very substantial album, Windark is great and marvelous in its own terms, defining its own merits throughout the length of its four amazing tracks.
Within a consonantal and proverbial line of work, ULG definitely developed its own style, although some passages do sound generic, inevitably. Nevertheless, Windark is very interesting, and preserves with consistency the most valuable elements of the genre. With potential to please each and every enthusiast of Black Metal, without any fear of exaggeration, this album undoubtedly reveals a promise on the genre, and its already acquiring a loyal fan base.