Un - "The Tomb Of All Things"
7.5Overall Score

Funeral doom carries a perversive constriction of tangible, depressive emotionalism. The genre atemporal classics base themselves on slow progression tactics which let that distress flow out in tiny tidbits of melancholy. It is a natural consequence of ‘Halifax doom’ and, unsurprisingly, Un hails from the UK as well, gathering the empowering, atmospheric brutality of old school honestness, i.e. Skepticism and My Dying Bride. An introspect 53-minute debut opus, blurred between riff repetitiveness and melismatic melody.