Huh, well this is interesting. The first track is so god damn good as a mixture of traditional black metal with some melodic black metal and thrash mixed in, yet the rest of the album is sort of this relatively generic blackdeath influenced traditional black metal. I think this gets most of it’s points because it’s insanely well produced, especially for an independent project. Crisp, clean and crunchy without feeling sterile, which is quite hard to do. It really compliments the music well, and for that alone I think this is worth recommending. Also the more technical elements of this album are pretty damn well composed, kinda wished they used it a lot more.

7/10

LINK: https://eternalalchemist.bandcamp.com/