This is a review of another recording with the music being a mixture of depressive black metal and post rock with the demo being self released in 2013 and called "Melancholy".
"Fourteen Days" starts off with some dark sounding synths playing before going into a more fast and primitive black metal direction with guitars and drums for a few seconds before going into a more soft post rock direction and combining soft and heavy parts together and shortly after that returns to the primitive elements and brings in the depressive black metal vocals which lead to the song mixing slow, fast and soft parts together along with some blast beats and guitar drones as well as acoustic guitars and towards the end you can hear sounds of nature.
"Morning Lethargy" starts off with some post rock style synths and after a minute the song goes into a more fast, heavy and primitive direction with the guitars and drums while also slowing down and combing the synths with the guitars as well as switching back and forth between the soft and heavy parts.
"Cabin Coma" starts out with background noises and spoken word samples and after awhile drums make their way into the song while keeping the sounds and talking and as the song moves on heavy guitars start making their presence known and close the demo.
Song themes cover depression and melancholy, while the production has a very dark, heavy, raw and primitive sound.
In my opinion this is another great sounding demo from Rosemount Hill and if you are a fan of depressive black metal mixed with post rock, you should check out this demo. RECOMMENDED TRACK "Fourteen Days". RECOMMENDED BUY.