As a longtime Derris-Kharlan fan and admirer of Disasterpeace's musical finesse, I couldn't help but drool over this collaboration. This is a really splendid short thematic work that gets stuck in your head.
Favorite track: The Outlaw.
This is a split that Derris-Kharlan and I had been sitting on for a couple of years at the time of release: two tracks that pull influence from the likes of Morricone, Sergio Leone, and American Frontier culture (sure, why not!).
This is music for walking into the depths of the woods and forgetting about the world beyond the trees.
Joyful, mysterious, and wistful, these tracks are a perfect soundtrack for a magical adventure. Other suitable times to play this album include: when you need background music for your D&D session; while you're staring out the window on a foggy day; during a lengthy study/work session and need focus music. Could Not Be Worse