Berdreyminn Review - Man of Much Metal
The production on ‘Berdreyminn’ further enhances the authenticity of the music, allowing it to live and breathe with a vibrancy that a more polished affair might have eradicated. As it is, ‘Berdreyminn’ often has the glorious feel of an untamed, wild beast.
The music is pretty killer too. It is an impressive and absorbing body of work that is very consistent throughout and works better as a whole. Dip in and out of individual songs if you like but I humbly suggest that by doing so, you run the risk of losing a little of the overall impact of the record. The way in which it has been carefully constructed and ordered is part of the strength of ‘Berdreyminn’, ebbing and flowing, swirling and cascading with confidence and purpose across its not inconsiderable length.