Perfect surface. Unblemished and tantalizing. A perfect view of what it is presented with. A shifting, a sidestep. Reflection moves alone, reaking, preeminent and primeval. Creaking in ancient dialect, blasphemies spew like tar upon the ground. The mirror's voice smells of sulfer.
"As well as the blasting speed and grim hatred that are both inherent in a release like this, the songs on Summoning Warrior Possession also have a fair amount of otherworldly atmosphere and malicious mood. This is in no small part down to some of the harrowing, terrifying guitar riffs and melodies that infest these tracks. ...This is the defining attribute of these tracks for me; the guitars are atypical, richly evocative, and darkly mellifluous; they seem to slide like ethereal snakes in and out of reality. This feeling of reptilian lethality and intelligence is also given off by the vocals, which sound menacing and evil enough to complement the guitars. High-pitched and hissing, the singer’s voice is as deadly as the music."