Infernum - Farewell (2005)
It's overtly sentimental and a bit too repetitive albeit thanks to its contemplative nature its bearable in similar way as early Enslaved is. It may sound somewhat unfinished (places where they decided to retreat to repetition), but knowing history of that release may help in forgiving its flaws. Simple, calm and beautiful it moves through delicate shifts in texture and more sudden changes in dynamics done by occasional bursts whose reveal full potential of Black Metal technique. Almost an epitaph for BM or maybe a requiem for a fallen friend. There is metal solidness in phrasing contrary to those watered down, newer bands. It does have "that" spirit, that's for sure.