Review: BorknagarTrue North

Let’s take a good, hard look at a record we should have been taking a long, good, hard look at two months ago, the latest offering from Borknagar. It’s no secret that I love Borknagar; while I may adore their earlier, more blackened records, it’s the later, folk- and prog-influenced material (where black metal is more of an influence, a remnant of bygone days and their link to metal music in general) where I think they’ve made their best work. There’s been a good many changes since their previous record Winter Thrice, with the departure of long-time guitarist Jens F. … Continue reading Review: BorknagarTrue North