IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS is proud to present the sefl-titled debut MLP of Scotland's IFRINN. Aptly branding its message and message "Caledonian Black Magick," the IFRINN constellation was established in 2014 to evoke the oscillations of the nightside. Weaving a black metal medium intertwined with praxis and transmigration of the other side, IFRINN seek to infuse their music with quintessential esoteric principles whilst maintaining a primitive black metal-influenced sound. There are no names nor identities within the constellation: IFRINN seek a firm resonance with their vibrations that the burden of identity would effectively undermine. Composed over much deliberation, the silence has finally been broken with Ifrinn, comprising five verses in celebration of the nightside and her majesties. That resonance spirals ever forward and onward, infinitely and with infinite possibility, as the vessel of IFRINN guides the listener across the dread landscape of this mini-album. It is sound in which to drown, beckoning always, on the brink between being and un-being, outside and other-side; it is the beginning of IFRINN, which will have no end.
Every second of Urzeit's first full length drips with poison drained from whatever the world's most poisonous beast is. This is raw and unyielding, like any great black metal should be. Very well done stuff. Matthew Toye
I love Algleymi very much but there’s one area in which this is superior: production, especially the drums. Otherwise they’re two quite different records, but both are black metal classics as far as I’m concerned. Hopefully we won’t have to wait long to hear more. Metallurgical Fire
This is by no means your average black metal album. For the sake of brevity, CdG’s black metal sounds like a remarkably eldritch Italian doom metal band with a necromancer hailing from Innsmouth as their vocalist. That said, this is the perfect opportunity to tell a macabre tale of woe and witchery to accompany some truly demented black metal. With a lesser band, this could have gone terribly awry. CdG is no such band. TheWailofSumer