That said, the band have employed sonic energies skilfully enough through both songs. Tang opens with a pulsating beat and all engulfing sound before being augmented by creaking guitars and sorrowful vocals until the guitars reach an atmospheric stretch almost halfway through, probably the most memorable part in the song. Following that, the rest of the song gets pretty bloody pitiful and repetitive and if you’ve listened to the first minute and a half of the song you don’t really need to listen to the rest. The beginning of Tourniquet once again dabbles in the sonic sound and atmosphere, but the vocals are just too tuneless, overcast and generally lacking in contrast for this to be an enjoyable listen. It’s something I could only ever listen to in moderation; otherwise I think I’d end up dressing like Nosferatu and sneaking into farms to drain livestock of their blood. It’s a good enough effort from Lovechilde, but it’s a shame it reminds me of corpses and graveyards and all things bleak.