•  Posted in: Kogaionon ReviewsRating: 0.84/1
  • Album: III
  • Year: 2007
  • Artist: 
  • Germany

This kind of Black Metal is a quite atypical one, impossible to be categorized and heading towards the experimental dimension. Once I've firstly listened to it, I was tempted to state that this is an album lacked in any compass, trying to approach different styles without being able to contour one of its own. After listening to it again, I could uncover that it is in fact a finely conceived album, with an interesting structure that gathers the distinct elements together, unveiling various insertions, reminding me of the latest SHINING. The tracks are essentially four at number (yet among them there are three, very short, instrumental intermezzos), and the last one has a 20 minutes length and is tremendously multidimensional. Odd approach! They've surprised me finely from the instrumental point of view (as they sometimes give an extra melancholic use to the piano or the keyboard), yet I was also expecting for the voices to vary, and not to expose solely common aggressive ones. FARSOT is destined to be devoured by those loving BURZUM and today delectate themselves with SHINING.