Having won the Norman Records award for Metal Band With Clearest Name Font, Atriarch go on to make another record that combines a love of abstracts: they bring together death metal growls, the oscillating sounds of black metal (if it were produced pretty damn well), as well as punk rock and doom. 'An Unending Pathway' manages to give each genre distinction clarity and equal weight, making for a heavy but wonderfully accessible entry into their discography.
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7/10 gbar Customer review, 8th March 2017
An Unending Pathway is by no means easy listening, but under the right conditions and in the right context it can be a compelling experience. Atriarch, since their inception, have seemed to draw from a variety of influences. An Unending Pathway, like its predecessors, effectively weaves elements from the darker side of the spectrum of rock and metal. The gothic and post-punk atmospheres of Bauhaus and The Birthday Party are effectively woven into the fibers of black and doom metal for a unique and dismally excellent listening experience.
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