Borrowing as much from new wave as goth, Soil & Eclipse debuts with an album of minimalist complexity. On first listen, Necromancy seems to bear more than a hint of monotony, but on subsequent spins the songs begin to reveal their strong melodies through vocalist Jay Tye's somber delivery. By the third go-round it's apparent that there are simply no mediocre songs to be found. Culminating in a Razed In Black remix of "Fields of Stone," Soil & Eclipse leave an indelible impression on those with a taste for dark music.
AllMusic Review by Jeremy Ulrey