The band plays a kind of black metal that invokes a mental image of churning whirlpools.
Longing for the Untold is an EP that offers four ominous songs in just over five minutes on average.
The Spaniards play a kind of kaleidoscopic black metal that glows as magma in the dark. The music ain't necessarily constantly intense, but it's nonetheless fierily infernal. Hectic rhythms, fierce riffing, solo guitars that act as evil spirits and possessed vocals constitute the foundation for their resounding expression. A base forming ample atmosphere, enhanced by thick and insistent sound and clever arrangements.
The technical guitar effects early in Prision of Shattered Glass doesn't fit in entirely, but that's also the only “fault” I can find. In addition to the word “Prison” being spelled wrong (I assume), that is. the material is relentless, unyielding and ruthless as an endless swarm of aggressive wasps in a sonic nightmare. You really don't need to know any more. Just set aside a bit more than 20 minutes, turn out the light and expose yourself to the peril that is Longing for the Untold.