"The NACHASH sound one is just as anchored in eldritch death metal, grimy but grandiose, as it is the most witching wave of early black metal: muscular and even a bit molten, the power-trio's patient pulse possesses an almost-poetic flow, above all betraying a keen understanding of epic heavy metal songwriting. Across each of these six mini-epics known as tracks, the 37 electric minutes comprising Phantasmal Trinunity in fact flow like a phantasm, wisping and winding wherever the wind may blow but with a most haunting grace, setting up moments of hypnotic tension before subtly seguing into a surge of dark 'n' dread-inducing glory. It all makes for a singular sensation, but if we're to drop any rare references, contemporaries could include Grand Belial's Key, Ares Kingdom, Mortuary Drape, Varathron, and Sacriphyx."
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