This is a review of another recording from Jumalhamara which shows the band returning back to a more experimental black metal sound with the ep being released in 2014 by Ahdistuksen Ahio Productions and called "Songless Shores".
A variety of many different bell sounds start off the 18 minute piece and you can hear some guitar riffing in the background which brings the black metal sound to the recording along with some weird voices that evolve into grim vocals and all of the musical instruments start sounding very powerful and after a few minutes in that direction the band goes into a more calmer sound with some classical guitars while also having drones coming out of the guitars, which leads to melodic Gregorian chants becoming a part of the track along with psychedelic sounds and a few minutes later you can hear some experimental sounds starting to kick in along with some shouting style vocals and after awhile the Gregorian chants and psychedelic sounds make a return to the song.
Jumalhamara show a great amount of diversity with their 18 minute song bringing in a black metal sound in the beginning and then going into a more psychedelic and experimental direction as the song progress along with a very powerful sounding production and lyrics that cover enlightenment themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Jumalhamara and if you are a fan of experimental black metal, you should check out this ep. 8 out of 10.