It's time to rejoice again. The amazing demo of the mighty Highgate is given another release together with older tracks, shiny new intermezzo and Live Ritual on one ring of plastic. If somehow you managed to miss that band and their hybrid of minimalist yet ultra-powerful doom, noise, sludge and grim black metal, here is your chance to get addicted to captivating and uplifting ugliness. If however you are the surviving victim of their oppressive sound, you know that it is yet another blessing. There is nothing even remotely optimistic in the Kentucky deadliest's message _ only desolation, hatred and inhabited earth. And we wouldn't want it to be any different.