This Danish one man project has been delivering solid ambient black metal that wouldn't feel out of place on a funeral doom fan's collection for three full length albums now. Compared to previous efforts like Graven or Lifgfaerd, very little has changed on this album: the overall feel of the music is still creepy and slow, with distant drums that never exceed 10 BPM, keyboards that drone along dissonantly and scratchy guitars that sound like a combination of slowed down ambient black with drone doom. Those elements, coupled with the grim vocals and an overall sound drenched in reverb give the music a truly eerie and otherworldly feel. While most metal bands that rely heavily on ambient and atmosphere keep experimenting on their sound with very mixed and sometimes boring results, Nortt relishes on its reliability, never straying from its chilling, bleak musical vision. If you like ambient black metal, funeral doom, noise, drone or avantgarde music you should start exploring Nortt's entire catalog with Galfenfrist being a great starting point.