"Naturalistic black metal that demonstrates an impressive degree of compositional confidence and control of dynamics, concept, and flow, resulting in a rich and immersive album with a lot of depth. A remarkable accomplishment by anyone"
The Mgla reference has been used often enough. So often that it's easy to overlook that UADA's vocals are a bit more haunting and the songwriting a bit more playful. Definitely a very entertaining album, where toughness and melody come together. JacobButcher