Review from Invisible Oranges

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, May 23, 2019 Under: English
From: Invisible Oranges
Published: May 20, 2019 

Dedicated to forest floor decay as an allegory for brain-rot, Laho is ceaseless in its persistence and beautiful in its grimness. Kval has been simultaneously delicate and existentially unstoppable with this release, offering extended moments of gentle reprieve from the black metal onslaught to pad the album’s dynamics. This is an album of many dualities — slow/fast, big/small, hard/soft — and exploring each one through its atmospheric lens results in joyous but devastating listens.

Reviewed by: Andrew Rothmund

In : English 

Tags: "kval" "kval laho" "laho" "kval atmospheric black metal" "kval finnish black metal" 

 Released:  May 23, 2019
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Genre: Atmospheric Black Metal