Odin’s eight-legged horse slides again by land, water and air of the Nordic underworld. On its back it carries a very precious cargo: the fifth album by the American band Flight Of Sleipnir, shortly and concisely titled V., with its atmospheric mix of Stoner Rock, Doom and Folk Metal. The Germanic-Father sends his messengers again.
Weird I've seen that building in Guimaraes with some Tribal drawings, even historic researchers don't known what they're ment for. The answer is here with this new WittR in 2017AD
Amazing. Fred Jorissen
Does Hunted deserve all the accolades it received? Yes. Without reservation, yes. With plenty to appeal to both the old metal grognards and the younger crowd, it strikes a fine balance point between kinetic movement and sludgy doom. With just enough harsh vocals to give it some teeth, but fine metal cleans at the forefront, this is a killer record. Everyone not spinning Khemmis is missing out. thorwulfx
"Curse These Metal Hands" parlays the UK bands' chemistry into a record which—for all its tinnitus-inducing ferocity and elegiac arrangements—practically drips with transcendent joy. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 18, 2019