Originally released in 2010, the album has now been re-released, remixed and remastered.
This is a compelling display of Post-Metal with bits of Doom, Sludge and even Stoner dotted around the landscape like victims of some horrendous accident.
The band have a heavy, brooding sound that allows them to explore this scene of devastation and heartache with inured passion and an eye for detail.
The album explores various themes and moods throughout its near 33 minute playing time.
They take aspects of bands such as Isis, Russian Circles and Pelican and mould them into their own vision of what Post-Metal should sound like. It’s an interesting journey – sometimes harrowing; sometimes relaxing; sometimes ephemeral; sometimes crushing; always enjoyable.
A worthwhile addition to the Post-Metal pantheon.