This review is focused on the “No Gardens Grow Here” track from the album titled “Ruiner” by the artist Krieg. The album has been released under the Profound Lore Records label. The track is a part of a compact disc as well as a digital album, both of which can be purchased along with the digital track.
“No Gardens Grow Here” is an explosive addition to the black metal genre. It’s a seamless blend of metal and crust elements, with hints of experimental rock and noise that add depth and complexity to its composition. Contributing to the black metal and USBM (United States Black Metal) landscape, the track stands out with its distinct sound and the intriguing energy it exudes.
Krieg, hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is evidently a formidable contributor to the metal scene. The artist’s sound is distinctive yet fits well within its genre, featuring the intense, high-energy characteristics typical of black metal, but with a unique twist that marks it as its own.