Look. If I have to wait another six years like I did between Minsk's 2009 record With Echoes In The Movement of Stone and 2015's The Crash and The Draw, but the final product will turn out like the latter, then sit me down and make me wait. The Crash and The Draw is 76-minutes of pure heaviness mixed up with a lot of growing, gorgeously clean sections… that devolve into pure heaviness.
Put some headphones on and get ready to get slow! Thanks Decibel!