Review from Rock Metal Essence Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, March 31, 2014 Under: Album Reviews
From: Rock Metal Essence Webzine 
Published: March 30, 2014
*Google translation of Italian review

Authors of an experimental metal of difficult cataloging, Italians In My Shiver return at the beginning of 2014 with their second release, the album Delicate Poison .

The disc contains six tracks long-term part in revolutionizing the standards of black metal, adding to them more melodic structures and some typical steps of rock, particularly evident in the sung parts of the clean good vocalist MKh979. From here, you end up easily reconnect to the reality of the post-established black and shoegaze, but the band has never itself quite typical of these kinds to be able to connect to them without making a mistake. In short, the In My Shiver remain with taste at the door, taking a bit 'of that and a bit' of this metal to create a fascinating, certainly appeal, originality and good, and a well-produced disc and solid sounds of interest to the fans. Thus, claustrophobic and sometimes depressive, swirling and stuffy, this album will certainly appeal to fans of Katatonia, Ulver and Solefald, thanks mainly to the excellent tracks up as False, Into the Gray Line and Drain , trio bomb of an album capable of showing great potential (technical mastery of the components and attention to detail in the first place ), but also some ideas for improvement in the structure of the composition of some tracks a bit 'too wordy compared, especially, to those sovracitate. 

Rating: 75/100
Reviewed by: James Mezzano

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: in my shiver  delicate poison  black metal  blackgaze  post-rock  depressive rock  katatonia  ulver  solefald 


 Released: January 17, 2014
500 Copies
Black Metal/ Depressive Rock/ Shoegaze