Sunday, February 14, 2021

TILL – MANIFEST DESTINY ( Review by Varg The Mighty )

Today’s review is of American One-Man Black Metal band Till’s debut EP.

This release has an approach that is quite Atmospheric mixed with a hint of Folk (especially on “Claiming That Which No Man Can Claim”), but thanks to dirty sound, it is much more Black Metal than any clearly recorded thing. With all the distortion it has, it achieves a degree of extremity that compliments well the lighter parts.

Overall, it transmits a great deal of sorrow mixed with darkness, and the use of keyboards really improves everything. Notably, the synth on “The Indigenous Become Orphaned Through Christ” adds some layers of mystery that sort of remind of Burzum. This is a decent debut with memorable tracks that may sometimes seem a bit too short for the concept on each song but that are great nonetheless.

I recommend this to fans of Black Metal and Atmospheric Black Metal. My rating is of 8,5/10.

 Review by Varg The Mighty  



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