Blinding light gives way to the distant, eerie glow of a fissure in the stone: is it a tiny crack to be stepped over, or a vast, insurmountable canyon? The path forward is endless and hostile to those with blood in their veins, but the way back to our world is even more revolting.
I don't really like black metal much. But... this is pitched far enough from the archetypes of the genre that I can actually enjoy it as the beautiful piece of progressive metal that it is. Lethologica82