Review from Dead Rheteric

Posted by Nick Skog on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 Under: English
From: Dead Rheteric
Published: November 2016

When it comes to atmospheric/Cascadian black metal, Hypnotic Dirge is usually a good reference point for finding bands below the radar. The statement holds true for that of Harrow, whose 2013 release Fragments of a Fallen Star is getting the CD treatment for the first time. Stylistically fitting in with bands like Wolves in the Throne Room and Agalloch, Harrow blend together a naturalist, folky approach with more caustic black metal that’s recorded in a fittingly low-fi output. It doesn’t stray too far off the beaten path, but has a ritualistic sense that gives it more of an individual identity. We’ll see where the future takes them from here, considering Fragments is three years old. – Kyle McGinn

In : English 

 Released: November 8, 2016
300 Copies
Genre: Blackened Folk Metal