(Devizes Records)
When it comes to black metal there seem to be an endless of supply of new bands or bands that I haven’t heard of before. You just have to turn every stone in the woods to find the good ones. Kroh to me are a blank. Yet I kinda have high hopes for some pretty great black metal. And black metal it isn’t per se. This is black metal the way Witchfynde or Witchfinder General were black metal. More by content than by actual music. This is doomy metal that is on the harder side. There is an edge to this that cuts like a hot knife through butter. This is doom but at the same time chaos. In my head that shouldn’t really work but in the universe of Kroh it actually makes sense. Which is something that I’m grateful for. That means that I got another great album to listen to. Anders Ekdahl

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