This is the final review of a recording from Yith which continues his atmospheric mixture of black and doom metal with the demo being self titled and self released in 2014.
The demo starts out with the sounds of wind and a few seconds alter acoustic guitars start to kick in and bring a classical feeling to the demo before going into a more fast black metal direction along with blast beats and high pitched grim screams as well as a mixture of mid paced and fast parts and when the music slows down you can hear some doom/death metal kick in along with the guitars bringing in some evil sounding melodies while the main focus is on black metal.
On the following track the music gets more doomy and melodic along with solos and leads becoming a part of the music and you can also hear some atmospheric sounds in the background that go back to the early My Dying Bride days and on the following track the music starts going for a more melodic black/doom metal sound along with the vocals getting more grimmer and the acoustic guitars also make their return in some parts while the recording focuses more on the heavier parts.
After awhile clean parts are added into the recording and they bring in a depressive black metal feeling to the music along with the heavier parts going for more of that sound while still keeping around the doom metal sounds and later on the fast parts and blast beats make their return to the demo along with some heavy bass lines and on the last track the music starts going for a more dungeon synth/dark ambient sound.
This demo shows Yith remaining true to his mixture of black and doom metal while also bring in more atmosphere and depressive sounds this time around along with a good mixture of slow and long sounds, a dark and heavy production and lyrics that cover dark, supernatural and depression themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding demo from Yith and if you are a fan of atmospheric black metal and doom, you should check out this recording. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Willows" and "Eternal Solitude". 8/5 out of 10.