Dark, grim, epic... Think whatever you want about the bulk of your metal listening, it's about to be rendered useless by the most haunted sounding band Xul ever summoned from the void. In Slaughter Natives albums themselves invented black holes, that's how all consuming they are. Listen to this for the first time on a loud stereo and a lot of psychedelics and you won't come out of it feeling alive, let alone still normal. Like that girl who is raped for the first time, your soul just won't be the same after this.