Second release and first full length album from Israeli band Ingrain. After the debut EP "Aembers", which went along the Post-Black-Metal line with slight hints of Death Metal, Rock and even Folk, this time "Slough" embraces a more Doomy and Punky attitude as well as preserving the Post-Black-Metal-Shoegaze sound
This album brought back a former teenage enthusiasm for black metal in general to me. Antlers combine the better aspects of some well known bands in one recipe: put some De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas into a bowl of late Dissection, stir it up in Shining mid tempo up to the Cascades of WITTR.
Highly appreciated stuff, perfectly served! Hail from Halle, Saale. A Martini
The album art is basically what my face looked like after listening to this album. Highly experimental, forward-thinking metal that takes a few listens and some good headphones to fully appreciate and digest. Sumoschro