As I am not really a fan of ultra-long and guitarless ambient soundscapes, for me only tracks 2 to 5 are relevant.
These four tracks in the middle offer black metal, which creates its mysterious atmosphere mainly by monotony and repetition. This misty approach is supported by an underground production and raw, distorted vocals, which stay in the background. Nothing new so far, but well done and definitely worth to be checked out by followers of atmospheric underground black metal.
Favorite track: Snowfall at Midnight.