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Surprisingly tender, so far as black metal usually goes. Beautiful amalgamation of a wide range of influences; warm and bright, but with a melancholy more often found in further reaches of the 'post-metal,' or 'blackgaze' sound. Worthy of many labels, but hard to fit snugly into one, as the best music often is.
Take my genre prescriptions and knowledge of metal with a grain of salt. I don't listen to a ton of metal but I know what I like. This is that. nøah