09:01 - Apothecary Everything in Enslaved's discog is pretty engaging and high quality if you ask me, they're remarkably consistent. Only one of their full lengths has below an 8 on here, and even then it's a 7.9. That says a lot
08:56 - Stereolab42 The lower-rated Enslaved albums are lower-rated for a reason. Blech. They have crazy-good highs and boring-ass, sleep-inducing lows.
07:27 - Apothecary I might prefer only AOE to Monumension, but I've been listening to the latter a lot over this past weekend, and I'm thinking that may change pretty soon
01. Ema Hääl Kutsub 02. Kui Rebeneb Taevas 03. Tuletalgud 04. Vaid Vaprust 05. Äio 06. Vihatõbine 07. Kuni Pole Kodus, Olen Kaugel Teel 08. Vägi Ja Võim 09. Minu Kodu 10. Nüüd Tulge, Mu Kaimud 11. Roju 12. Kabelimatsid 13. Verijää 14. Jõud
Metsatöll have managed to issue another fine album. Äio is a classical release true to the band's style with artwork by Jüri Arrak known for his distinctive paintings concerning Estonian folk tales. This album is another longer one after the very diverse Hiiekoda although bit shorter and explores some new fields previously not discovered on the earlier works.