About The Wretched End's album "In These Woods, From these Mountains":
"The Wretched End return with a fantastic album!!!" - Music Trespass
"..one hell of a catchy piece of work with deep melodies creating a bleak atmosphere.." - The Moshville Times
"Superb." - Sputnik Music, 4.5 of 5
9 of 10- Mega-Metal.de
Boasting a darker foundation than its predecessors,In These Woods, From These Mountainswas recorded by the band themselves and mixed with producerMarius Strandin Norway. Mastered atFascination Streetin Sweden, it is without doubt the strongest and most varied of the extreme metal band’s growing sonic portfolio.
“Dead Icons”opens the album with fervent drumming and the signature buzz ofSamoth’s celebrated six-strings. Harrowing vocals cater to the songs blasting and calculated cadence. Old friendAttila Csihar(Mayhem,Tormentor) lends hand on“Old Norwegian Soul”whileLeprousvocalist/keyboardistEinar SolbergandRed Harvest’sLRZcontribute on the band’s unexpected adaptation of Bel Canto’s“Dewy Fields”for the album’s epic closer.