Depicts one of the most vivid, lush, depressive voids you will ever hear on record. Ambitious yet raw, this album is Wrest from Leviathan's famine-crusted opus of dark ambient music, black metal, and doom metal.
Forgive me for being overtly referential here, but Oxbow's genius is difficult to explain. Here on this dirge-opus you have echoes of a mud-caked Drive Like Jehu, the blackened schmaltz of Waits and the pastoral heft of Zeppelin at their most arcane, all sucked into the thresher of ingenuity that Oxbow delivers album after album. One of the best experimental rock bands out there. Do it.