Valkiria - Here The Day Comes

Here The Day Comes
Bakerteam Records
When darkness takes over and atmospheric, depressing sounds are echoing though the old town alleys… there’s something wicked and shady that’s entering your deepest nightmares while you’re trying throughout the day phases, Dawn, Sunrise, Morning, Afternoon, Sunset, Evening & Night, to escape these doomed, gothic, gloomy, melancholic & fated obsessions… that are controlling your mind. If there’s no way out… better give in…
Valkiria will offer you a door to this condemned place I’m describing above… with “Here the Day Comes”… probably this will be the day of your salvation if you do choose to enter that shadowy place… but no one knows when it will actually come…
Long instrumental melancholy, doom, gloomy & gothic parts (influenced by Paradise Lost, Anathema. My Dying Bride, Katatonia, Opeth, Novembre and so on)… are embellished with almost hellish vocals along with some clean ones… making the final result rather obscurely dusky and mournful. It’s remarkable how the use of an actual drummer and the changed, blacker/nightmarish vocals (gratefully they were taken care by Valkus), have helped the band to achieve a more personal and enchanting sound than before.
Recorded at Outer Sound Studios in Rome, Italy by Giuseppe Orlando (from Novembre who is also playing drums here) and mastered by Jens Bogren (Paradise Lost, Opeth, Katatonia, Amon Amarth, etc.) at Fascination Street Studios, Sweden… the sound can’t be nothing less than excellent by any means.
If you follow Valkiria then you’ll be amazed by the huge improvement in every aspect of this album. This release will be their ticket to gain more popularity than before. “Here The Day Comes” is, undoubtedly, the best work of the band to date…