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Krvsade's own brand of extreme metal shows a lot of enthusiasm. Sadly, that's not enough to make it good.

Though prog enthusiasts might want to give this album a listen, it's not a great snapshot of the genre.

About what you'd expect from a modern NDH album, but without much flair to distinguish it in years to come

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