Ok, bring a blender, put in a little Dimmu Borgir, with a dash of Cradle Of Filth, a spoon of Marilyn Manson theatrics and finally tip it off with a bit of rust. Blend it all together and you got yourself a Six Inch album.
As much as I enjoyed listening to this album, I have to be frank about some parts of every single song that went out of tone and made me clench. They have a great consistency thought, knowing the image they want to give and set out for it, they have given just the right amount of fine chaotic mess for the message they are trying to give. They summoned such a sinister atmosphere that it works very well for them; especially the song ‘My Beloved’ had some sort of melancholy to it, I enjoyed that song very much.
The instrumental playing is done very well but like I said before there is a bit of rust in it, I believe they need more practice with putting themselves as a team, working their tones together as one, if they get that done they could be unstoppable. Keep up the good work guys.