Finally got a chance to spin this all the way through. I remember years ago a senior forum member played this album for me prefacing it with, "This is the most over-dramatic music ever conceived."
Realistically I think Sorcier Des Glaces is the most promising act for Black Metal today. Musically I think the riffcraft evokes indisputable visions of the natural world in all of it's beauty, savagery and melancholic cycles of death and rebirth. Lyrically this one-dimensional flow seems to reinforce the assault of might and empowerment. Triumphantly, this like the previous album ends with more left to be said. This duo has proven their ability to recreate and regenerate each output after another, and for those that love this style of melody- I can't see how this could ever get old. The original Snowland has been a favorite for as long as I can remember; right now I like this new vision of the classic.