"I only had to ALUNAH to bump the nose. But even with the reference song White Hoarhound the British have played in my heart. There are classic with a dash of psychedelic doom Stoner Metal, in the style of old Saint Vitus and Pentagram, or Cathedral. In dominating the enchanting sublime voice of Soph Day, which reminds me of Jex Thoth. Indeed, it is especially the vocals, which imprints a gradually downright hypnotized and ALUNAH this unique stamp. Soph's voice is clear and strong, not too high or too deep, lined with a little reverb and fits the music perfectly!
As for speeds, ALUNAH remain moderate. They neither falling into stasis doomy yet they break speed records. Nevertheless, the British are on their second album quite varied. My favorites on White Hoarhound are the title track and Belial's Fjord, which initially starts out very rhythmically with tribal-like drums, and then is pretty rough. ALUNAH can also gently, like the semi-acoustic Oak ritual proves the first.
Compared with the debut of Call Of Avernus is ALUNAH have evolved tremendously over the past two years. What began as unexcited influenced Black Sabbath 70s rock was ground to White Hoarhound a classic of British Doom Metal. A great album! If the Terrorizer says this is ALUNAH the future of the Doom Metal, I could not agree more!"