Actually, he attempted to make something that sounds like Burzum, and he succeeded. Oh, wait, no he didn't - this sounds nothing like Burzum. In fact, it's like Venom. In fact, it's a cross between Drudkh, Enslaved, Borknagar, and Eastern European Black Metal as a whole. Except it isn't, because it sounds exactly like Burzum. Ahh, it's so confusing, having these conflicting truths, isn't it? Until, that is, you realise that they aren't conflicting, and that people are simply hearing what they want to in the music (hey, I hear traces of Kraftwerk, too! Jeez, Varg should really stick with his own style, instead of copying all of these other bands). Hell, I could say that early Darkthrone is just Bathory worship recorded with bad equipment. I'd be right, from one perspective, but wrong, from another. Perspective itself, however, can never be absolutely "right" or "wrong" - it will take some time, it seems, before Belus is accepted to be, surprise surprise, a triumph.
Antihuman, what you've basically just said is "if he'd made an effort to make his music not his music, then it would have been better". In your attempt to curry favour with the ANUS crowd (this is my fallback position, as you can see - all of you anti-Belus faggots are evidently attempting to get in with the ANUSites), you've actually gone against one of the fundamental points of the DLA, which is that music which is written to adhere to specific criteria as regards "genre" etc. is, generally, crap, given that the music which defines a "genre" is always the best of that "genre".