I added this album to my collection after discovering ISOLERT's latest top album "World in Ruins". Released back in 2016 "No Hope, No Light...Only Death" is similar in style, means a well balanced black metal mixture of melodic and harsh elements. In total the album appears more unpolished and not all songs are as virtuosic and catchy as nowadays, but this release is still a recommended addition to the black metal collection for all metalheads who enjoyed "World in Ruins" as much as I did. H.L.
When I saw the cover I thought this would be a vaporwave album but it's a 45 minute creepy droning ambient track. My daughter started singing along to it, which is the highest recommendation. Infinite Tapes