The first tendency when looking for Alunah is its provenance: nothing less than Birmingham, the same origin of Black Sabbath . Now, knowing that Alunah play in the championship doom metal that comparison may be reducing the quality of the collective. That is, not just where they are to be good.But the fact is that, regardless of its origin ... they are good! After the Terrorrizer already dubbed the future of doom . We already know that everything that comes from the British press should discount the relative percentage of their ego. Good, but in this case, neither seem to exaggerate. Hoarhound White is the second work of Alunah and features seven themes centered on vocals and guitar work. Vocally, Soph Day is simultaneously delicate and powerful but fits perfectly in the compositions. The guitars develop riffs raw and cold, but with a nice golden melody.And maybe it's engaging in vocal riffs that make White Hoarhound a disc with something more than doom metal . What is evident here is a form of heavy doomwith a groove slow and steady spaces that reaches the stoner , but always with a strong emphasis on melodic structure. Lovers of doom here is a gem to discover in what could be considered one of the best albums of its kind this year. A consistent work, beautiful effect and a remarkable maturity.