“(...)Harder and heavier than Mysticum. Much more consequent and mature than Aborym. Away from the deeper experimentalism of Dodheimsgard.
"(...)In fact, WLS manages to keep their Black Metal very recognizable. Before being Industrial or whatever, they play Black Metal. Cold, sharp, misanthropic and devastating. The guitar riffs are the leading force here and the rest goes along, but that “rest” is enough to create a distinctive sound that elevates them from genre constrictions.
(...) This no longer telluric Black Metal, but something detached from its earthly bounds. The vocals aren’t buried in forest mists or stone caves, but rather lost in a transmission throughout the Vacuum or Void. This is where the de-humanization and industrialization in Black Metal reaches its coherence. Black Metal was never about the present, but always about a space and time that aren’t ours. It was always something lost or buried in a mythical past(...)”