Transylvanian Black Metal ++++
With their three previous full-length albums on No Colours, Tymah, located literally in Transylvania, have firmly established themselves as a gifted Black Metal band not only able to create exceptionally grim atmospheres but a sound that bears a unique sense of isolation and solitude. Zuhanás, Tymah`s fourth album, takes everything even one step further. The sound is still well within the confines of Black Metal with baleful, crushing riffs and Dim’s cruel vocals showing you a way beyond this world. It’s like someone had left a window open at the studio – and the nocturnal breath from those Transylvanian woods and valleys flew straight in. It’s bleak and baleful. It’s cold and VERY dark.
Zuhanás translates roughly to Falling, as the album explores the spiritual states that lie between dream and reality. You are given a journey somewhere in the realms amidst, as the album allows you to experience this abyss first-hand. This is Black Metal with a purpose.