Andres Avellaneda Mejia
This release is chaotic, angry, depressive, sad, hopeful and most important AMAZING. For any fan of shoegaze and depressive black metal. This record is for you. Its quite the opposite of deer twilight and the longest shadows ever cast. This being the M.s heaviest record with CBR
Favorite track: Loss.
From the restained flickering of candlelight to the blinding rays of the sun: The Great White Emptiness drowns everything in a hazy melancholic slumber that shimmers with golden shine.
A depressive study on the nature of light.
supported by 23 fans who also own “The Great White Emptiness (2017 Edition)”
Prone to staying up late; after purchase, playing this atmospheric wonder deep into the night; this whilst reading Gene Tierney's, Self Portrait; realizing the ephemeral nature of our lives; no escaping the vicissitudes of The Wheel. There would seem to be only one way to freedom; the narrowest of paths. Thoughts. Jeff Richardson
"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