Review from Pest Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, June 26, 2014 Under: Album Reviews
From: Pest Webzine
June 26, 2014
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A double-album in digipack format is the latest offering from the Russian outfit named Epitimia. Their fourth full-length release looks outstanding and I can only imagine how much effort the band and label put in releasing it; a 6 panel digipack complete with a 12 pages booklet featuring all lyrics and awesome artwork, an excellent value for your money, no doubt. Music-wise the band took a step further into broadening their territories, the backbone of their music remaining of Black Metal springs, but now adding many Post Rock/Metal, Shoegaze, Electronic and even Jazz influences to the whole. (Un)reality is impressive through the emotions it transpires, it's involving, complex and if their label promotes it as "Epitimia’s magnum opus" I can only agree with this statement. If you know Epitimia's work or if you don't but you're into Post Black Metal, you shouldn't miss this release, get it while it lasts!

Rating: 9/10
Reviewed by: Adrian

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: epitimia (un)reality experimental black metal progressive post-black metal post-rock blackgaze atmospheric black metal 


 Released: February 15, 2014
500 Copies
Genre: Experimental Black Metal, Post-Metal