Another surprising find from Australia!
Here we have mid-paced Black Metal that does superbly well in capturing the feel and spirit of the more woodland dwelling 90's acts.
In no regards original, or unique.
However, I can bask in the soul of this release and remember days of old, which is refreshing when you consider all the other bands today that try their best to set light to the old flame and end up sounding like a shitty Swedish Darkthrone. This is a backwards post for Xul, the future has little to do with this release, only that the past is still being paid tribute or that most of Australia were stuck underground during the last twenty years (Minus Nazxul and co).