I was slightly wonder-struck after the first listen. Maybe it is just my preconceived notion that the band from Estonia would not deliver something very enthusiastic outright. But substantially it is rather professional job and the band manages to compose interesting black'n' roll compound. Taking old school black metal as a fundament the band entwines rock'n'roll influences into it, what binds the whole music. It is a bit lacking for full enthusiasm taking over, yet it was a positive acquaintance.
Quote: "If anything it reminds me of Edith Piaf and sums up images of gnarly old villagers stubbornly playing draughts and drinking wine on the streets as bombs explode all around them."
I never actually liked the "hidden" song "Metsavendade laul" particularly, but this visual image brought it much closer to my heart. I'm not kidding when I say I had shivers down my spine after reading this passage. Thanks, Pete!
its not even just metal..its like vierlieng sdhooting at russian bomber formation..and thats what most of its about...yes yes..even my grandpa was in that so condemned estonian legion...and so what...he was there..as many of our greandads were there..fighting for a reason..fighting for brighter sun to shine...every one wouldve done that..everyone from every nation...we failed...but...we are alive now...and its nothing there to stop us mwahahaaaaa