A very interesting trip and invite Shattered Hand Svart1, and the result is a harmonious and somber excursion with which to skillfully between the spectra of dark ambient and neofolk converts.
Pieces can be like the opener "The End Of Gardens In Domahàra" or "The First Flower Is Dead Inside The Heart's Monk" still fit into the former genre, one experiences over time, said change to folk musical settings.
The performance will be variable, so "Spring Wind Brings Water" has been even far more than expected.
The case showed up symbiosis of dark ambient and neo-folk or Apokalyptic reminded here and there in addition to Syndicate as Harvest Rain or old Ordo Equilibrio who make it in a similar way to create such an engaging atmosphere.
Vocally there is something to this behavior, but this is not a shortcoming, because maybe also lies in the spice with which you can highlight performances such as "Darkest Of Days" or a wonderfully expressive "They Sit In Silence".
The offered material gradually reveals its own charm, bears fruit over time, more and more, throwing keeps him on beautiful moments.
Since the end remains a successful alternating play of emotions, which occasionally does create some light in her heart remains unmistakably bleak, however, and thus can be safely put all listeners sounds corresponding to the heart.
But hurry, but the limitation is again rattenscharf, and thus one should be glad there still get a copy.
Review from Necroweb.deRating: [5 of 5 Stars!]