Review from Rock Metal Essence Webzine

Posted by Nick Skog on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 Under: Album Reviews
From: Rock Metal Essence Webzine
Published: May 6, 2014
*Google translation of Italian review

It 'was released in February 2014 No Stars, Only Full Dark , the second album in the study of the formation of the Siberian atmospheric black metal Windbruch

A disk of cold atmospheric black metal, often delicate and emotional melodies in its most refined, but also capable of showcasing a good masculinity and aggression where the pace becomes more urgent or more doom, or at times when it can emerge ferocious growl of good and expressive singer. Kinematic and enveloping, this product throws the listener into a world of darkness and evil, frosty, in an endless forest full of beasts, nightmares and fears. Mesmerizing and claustrophobic, the album is a perfect soundtrack for any winter night, distinguishing itself for the originality of its facilities (sometimes almost progressive) and the quality of every note played. especially the four compositions are longer and more articulated disk, in the order No More Entry, No More Exit, No Stars, Only Full Dark and Neswa-Pawuk , to show the public the most interesting side of this music and genuine, raw and appassionatni slipping away along their playing time. For a really successful album, which is sure to be well received by fans of these cool sounds. 

Rating: 77/100
Reviewed by: James Mezzano

In : Album Reviews 

Tags: windbruch  no stars only full dark  rodion  silentium!  atmospheric black metal  post black metal  ambient black metal  soundtrack 


 Released: February 1, 2014
500 Copies
Genre: Atmospheric Black Metal/Soundtrack