For those of you who thought black metal was best left in the hands of Germans and Scandinavians, meet Indiana's own Fog, who bravely defie their geographical inadequacy to create a bloody, Hoosier-inspired inferno of their own devising. Whatever their place of origin, the quartet definitely did their black metal homework, scoring high marks in absolute mayhem, creepy atmospherics, and throat-lacerating screams. Unfortunately, none of it is particularly original, and the band's epic compositional style often falls flat under the constant barrage of volume and chaos.
Share this page
AllMusic Review by Eduardo Rivadavia