supported by 9 fans who also own “Down in the Abyss, Roar the Satanic”
Gaerea's first release of "Unsettling Whispers" was in 2018, and since, they dared define a "black metal" niche of their own, they dared to walk a new path and stir shit up a bit in the realm of BM, this album is a masterpiece and a milestone proving that it can be done, provided the band can pull it off, and they did, oh they did! Gloomy, dark, post-BM sludgy whatever, it's Gaerea, and this one belongs in my BC collection, the end. sachavonkarl74
supported by 8 fans who also own “Down in the Abyss, Roar the Satanic”
Late 90's BM worship, but it's also a lil more than that. This album takes the best elements from the scene it's inspired by and mostly avoids the worst of it; the song-writing is well-written, it's performed with passion and fun, and the production is raw but doesn't obfuscate and/or suckass.
Tl;dr It's safe but high quality BM, kinda like what DS3 is to the Souls series. Recommended. Rabbit