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Abbath and Demonaz are best friends forever. If one of them buys himself a BMX bike, the other must have one, too. How else would they go biking in the Blashyrkh mountains? Thus, Demonaz has made his effort in creating a solo album.
When Abbath unleashed "Between Two Worlds" it was easy to like it: it has drive, it has energy, it is a truly entertaining mixture between Bathory, Immortal, punk rock, thrash, and some classical metal influences. Demonaz works basically with the same ingredients.
What both albums - I's "Between Two Worlds" and this album - have in common is their display of love for the epic times in Bathory's discography. Apart from that, the differences between the two projects are really so negligible that it is almost pointless to list them: different voice, more melodies, maybe more pathos, less thrash, dryer production. But in essence, this album could really just be another album by Abbath.
That is why this album is really nothing one has to have heard. Neither can it compete with its paragons, nor is it really better than Abbath's solo project. What to do with such a release? Get it if you must listen to the newest Nuclear Blast release. Leave it be, if you do not feel the urge to listen to another "Between Two Worlds".