Roel de Haan : The Italians of Deadly Carnage present their fourth album to us, the unsuspecting audience. ‘Through The Void, Above The Suns’ is an album that shows a band evolving into more mature territories. While ‘Manthe’ already showed much of their potential, this is surpassed easily by this album. Deadly Carnage incorporates post-rock and doom metal into their brand of post-black metal and in combination with the excellent production and creative song-writing this results in a fresh, entertaining and interesting album. Think of Heretoirs ‘The Circle’, Novembre and Alcest with splashes of bleak doom metal for good measure, and there you have it: ‘Through The Void, Above The Suns’ an at times intensely emotional album that offers both aggression and sensitivity in a variety of styles that work as a coherent entity. ‘Through The Void, Above The Suns’ is an excellent album from a band that has finally found their niche. Impressive.