Now on to the band itself and the music they make. Musically they remind me of polka folk bands like Finntroll and Korpiklaani, as they use a lot of bouncy folk instruments in their songs like the accordion, what sounds like a flute, and of course plenty of keyboards. The guitarists sound decent and do their job well, but the quality combined with the fact that almost all of the musicians seem to be playing their instruments constantly makes it hard to tell the difficulty of the riffs they’re playing. Yeah, that’s another thing I sort of picked up from listening to a couple of their songs--none of them seem to take a break. This can work out fine and even create excellent songs in bands like Unexpect, but here it doesn’t really work because of the quality. I can’t hear what’s going on half the time and after a while it just seems to blend together and become noise--catchy folk noise at that, but noise.
Anyway, on with the rest of the band members: drums are decent but don’t really show off, same for bass, and the vocals are pretty standard for this style--think Finntroll with a few deeper grunts thrown in. As to the band’s main focus, their keyboard and accordion, it is slightly different. These songs are led by folk music and the metal is there only to support it, as with many bands in this genre. The main problem here is that it’s kind of hard to distinguish the keyboards from the accordion, and the quality certainly doesn’t help. The main folk sound is sort of a flute-like melody, which I guess is probably the keyboard while the accordion…no, that can’t be right, because the accordion never seems to make an appearance in the music, unless the flute is the accordion…I have no idea. I like folk metal but I haven’t actually played the instruments. The band seems to enjoy letting people know that they have a "true" accordion, not one of those electric ones, so perhaps that changes the sound. I still have another band to review anyway, so bottom line, they are a decent folk metal band lacking sound quality, but if you like folk/black/death metal, don’t let that deter you--check them out!