Really in all honesty I just can't enjoyably listen through this whole album. I'm a big fan of doom metal, and bands such as Saint Vitus and Pentagram are truly great. And there are elements of this album I enjoy, but they're constantly overshadowed by annoyances and unacceptable aspects of the music. But it's not all bad news. Atala can still deliver some impressively heavy riffs and here and there some great and very noteworthy doom metal. Still, Vocals just aren't my cup of tea. Death metal grunts would have worked just perfectly for this album. In my opinion doom metal is capable of so much more.There is so much better, more filthy and sluggish demented doom available from this era. But if that's not what you're looking for, maybe this is.
Review by Paul Caravasi