The second album from this Norwegian one-man-band.
The band is the young man Oystein Furevik on guitars, computers, bass, drums, synths and vocals.
Oystein Furevik lives and compose his music in a small town on the west coast of Norway. A town without any known music scene.
The music is dark post-rock with some Cult Of Luna and Depeche Mode influences.
There is also a lot of post-metal in the music.
These seventy minutes is not easy listening. There are some more pastoral pieces here too. But easy listening.... No.
The music sounds professional and the soundscape is dark enough to give dark vibes and funeral like moods.
The music is indeed gloomy and this is a good album. An album who deserve a lot more attention. I hope Mr Furevik will record more albums as this album is the last sign of life from him.