supported by 66 fans who also own “Collective: The Shape of He to Come”
Markov never fails to impress and Tchornobog might be his greatest work yet. The atmosphere and epic scale of the album is of the highest caliber as always. The third track in particular stands out as a powerful interlude with a surprise, but beautifully well-placed saxophone lead that makes perfect sense. Musical excellence is Markov's standard. Camel
supported by 51 fans who also own “Collective: The Shape of He to Come”
I've come back to this album to give it it's well-deserved due.
The interpositions are coherent and cold, it's all put together really nicely which adds to the effectiveness of it's depressing atmosphere, and to it's faculty-decimating power.
Throughout the album it often reminds me of the great Bathory, which is always a good thing.
What will you see? Daniel Brown