"From the Midlands comes the doom quartet ALUNAH that about me until then completely unknown, Austrian (!) Label PsycheDOOMelic Records throws her latest full length in the in-Schlurfgang then swaggering mob. The four English women were in the six years since its founding by no means idle. In addition to the debut album "Call of Avernus", the "Fall to Earth" EP and a "Song of the Sun" single, graduated to countless appearances in the United Kingdom and erspielte so the reputation of one of the hardest working bands from the UK to be. Well, all this is, of course not, if the songs are not disclosed would pass the quality test. But it does in the case of ALUNAH and its seven tracks of the second blank "White Hoarhound". Here is beautiful epic, indeed celebrated even romantic tinged Doom, has said through the fragile, yet firmly established voice of Soph Day still noticed a touch more to Hörenswertem. Especially the guitar sound of Dave Day (should the wedded wife of singing Lady be) recalled in many phases of the beginnings of SAINT VITUS, or PENTAGRAM. Both are by now risen to true doom legends, must reach the ALUNAH but still a piece of work, because of all the class exhibit "White Hoarhound" has legendary status will not drive the British women so. To be maintained to turn into a bag of peace, these are songs like the thoughtful opener "Belial's Fjord", or more than ten minutes long mammoth epic "Oak Ritual II" but ideal."
Rating: 3.5 out of 5.0