Album Review: MOONSORROW Jumalten Aika

Posted by | April 5, 2016

What can be said with faithful finality is that listening to Moonsorrow is a cinematic experience. Their brand of monolithic and aristocratic blackened pagan metal is suitable for lots of things, none the least of which includes depictions of bloody battles in which primitive weapon technology pierces wind-weathered skin, endless treks through snow-capped vistas and pagan ritual observers having to distract themselves from their homages to spirit elders in order to fend off village sanctuary from religious crusaders and/or rabid wolves before capping the night off with a night on the lakka-influenced piss.