The band are influenced by bands such as Watain, Naglfar and Dissection, and as such the guitars are scything and icy, with the vocals as sharp as a barb and a solid rhythmic underpinning.
Frozen Dawn have a good grasp of melodics and the tunes melt through the hands like thawing snow.
A lot of these songs are surprisingly catchy; tracks like Blackened March have infections guitar riffs and Blackened grooves to die for. This is a theme repeated throughout the 53 minutes of this enjoyable album.
The band ably create the atmosphere of a Blackened winter’s day, with ice crystals as far as the horizon.
A good album, and recommended. Give them a listen.