|Review: Eneferens - In the Hours Beneath|
|In the Hours Beneath|
Label: Nordvis Produktion
Year released: 2017
Originally released in: 2016
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: April 5, 2018
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:In the Hours Beneath
Rated 2.25/5 (45%) (4 Votes)
This is the second album for one-man project Eneferens, and the fingerprints of Agalloch are all over it. The gloomy riffs, the mellow acoustic ruminating, and the sprawling, sometimes epic songwriting – it all is highly reminiscent of Agalloch. Not that it contains no original elements, but originality is not really what this is going for, what it aims for is mood, and it nails that pretty damned hard. This is a wonderfully melancholic, atmospheric album, drawing in elements of Black Metal, Cascadian, and Doom to make for an involving experience. This is not groundbreaking, but I still like it a lot.
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