Reviews: MI Metal Shows & Albums
Here’s Our Opinion.
The sound is fresh, but certifiably Stortregn.
Who is currently doing a better blend of anti-music? Go ahead…I’ll wait.
Rugged and abrasive, the album comes at you full on from the moment you press play.
Have we heard this genre mixing before? Duh. Of course. Here’s the thing though, the changing of said genres is absolutely seamless.
…what I discovered was an offer of a selection of different styles and approaches under the black metal banner, fitting together cohesively like the inner gears, springs, and screws of a monstrous timepiece.
Mirrors by Pupil Slicer is a highly enjoyable and unbelievably powerful collection of twelve tracks that demand and deserve attention.
The album brings the realization that each track can stand alone and they could all be introduction points to the listeners depending on the specific tastes the next victim holds.
File this one under bands to watch.
“Raw black metal is not for everyone, of course, but its strength lies in its ambiguity.”
Through the extra time allowed on a full length, the artist really spreads their wings, taking the time to develop each feeling, each howl, each riff, each drum stroke.
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