On this, fifth, demo, Hohl is not much of an exception. You get the proud, apocalyptic riffs, screams done by Satan himself and a freezing atmosphere. The sound? As expected, underproduced but perfectly matching. It's lo-fi but well balanced so you won't be complaining about this being louder than that. And the music itself? Let's put it this way: it's not "What would Moonblood do?" but rather "What did Moonblood do?" so don't expect anything terribly striking or memorable. It's simply alright, good while you're listening, gone when it's done. But since The Owl's Mass is released on a cassette in a limited edition of 50, you can still get it in the name of nostalgia for the good old days.