Generic post-1996 black metal:
With one or two unique elements, this is an interesting take on black metal aesthetics, but lacking any real direction, falls apart if you hear more than thirty-second segments. Despite this failing, it's better than or indistinguishable from almost everything else I've heard in the last 24 hours that is not a known classic, so it may be a new direction, albeit an aesthetic one, since it is devoid of content and thus already I wonder what was I think a moment ago? probably this review is ending, I wonder, or maybe it just began. How postmodern. Three out five bloody crushed Satanic skulls!!!! It'll rip your head off!!!