Review: “The first thing you hear is an ebbing and flowing of a wall of sound…”
The music blog Is This Revolutionary? posted a review of “Hymns of Mare Nostrum” yesterday.
Here is an excerpt:
“The band itself has a very unique style. Not sticking to either the previously mentioned ambiance, an intense And So I Watch You From Afar sound, or anything else in particular, it’s very hard to describe what they were going for, which I think it good, all in all.”
The writer did not like the theremin on “Practical Applications in the Metaphysical” though. He writes:
“The last track, however, annoyed the shit out of me… It really would have been an incredible piece if not for that high-pitch whatever that just kept making noise over a really good baseline.”
He gave us a rating of 3.5 out of 5.