I had not heard any of their material before, but “In The Woods” was quite impressive with this black metal piece especially tracks “Tell De Dode” and “Child of Universal Tongue”. This release was a compilation album with tracks having been re-recorded with better quality in 1996, so the music is reminiscient of early 90’s raw black metal for a reason. I wouldn’t recommend any of their follow up albums since they changed to progressive metal and I remember learning this after hearing their Omnio release. They live through the well-known Green Carnation moniker which has been signed to End Records and Season Of Mist. The Green Carnation band is apparently on hold as well ever since 2007, so they may just be defunct.