16:50 - Erik M. [link] Cliché example of epic doom but still totally awesome.
16:07 - Erik M. I felt the same way initially. Now that I'm almost done with the album I have to say I'm liking 'em more and more. And the music is simply beautiful. It's actually pretty similar to the Clouds album.
16:06 - Korah Hey hey please check my 2015 list and thumb u*p if you like ;) [link]
16:04 - Joe Zombie Hmm. Pretty good. Not sure how I feel about the vocals though.
15:47 - Erik M. [link] Canadian epic doom? Sounds more like gothic doom to me, but nonetheless pretty interesting stuff. Mainly due to the vocals.
12:46 - Redn1ght Did you guys notice this? [link] Pretty cool stuff.
11:22 - Guib Well sure, I'm guessing Satan's not deprived of a sense of humor :P He would certainly find you amusing just as much as us.
Within the realm of experimentation in the metal genre, Sunn O))) and Ulver need little introduction. Both have consistently pushed boundaries over the past decade, the latter barely even being metal anymore at this point. So really, it was only a matter of time before some sort of joint effort between them spawned in 2014's Terrestrials, which can only be described as a complete and natural synthesis of the parties involved.
Eternal Return is probably one of the most eerie and stunning songs I've heard in a while. At first it sounds like the two bands are doing their best and their darkest Earth impression...which causes an unwilling swell of desolation to befall you. Once the vocals hit, it goes to a brand new level.
I mentioned in my review that it'd be cool if more work was done between the Sunn O))) guys and the Ulver guys, but in a way that's already a reality. Stephen O'Malley actually has his Æthenor project with Garm and Daniel O'Sullivan, anyone who enjoyed this collab should definitely look into it.