Anyway, this one, Mythos of the Great Pestilence is fast. As hell. Always. The guitars are crystal clear, mostly two of them - one doing rhythm, another doing crazy leads. And they are fast (if you didn't read it before), accurate, technical, ubiquitous, whatever you want. Still, they are, after a while, all the same. No significant breaks or tempo changes, very few epic moments (as opposed to none on the debut), just endless blasting and speeding, helped by the current Marduk live drummer, Fredrik Widigs. But, as opposed to Marduk, there's not much sinister about Hyperborean's melodic black metal. Not much energy either, in spite of all the riffage and blasting. And to make matters worse, and even more one-dimensional, the vocals are a pretty straightforward nursery rhyme screams most of the time.
Shortly, it is well done but not crazy, emotional, engaging, storytelling, hellish or even too memorable. Just fast and technical, but for a lot of people this could be all they need to know. So, if you are one of them, enjoy it while it blasts.
Source - Funereal Drone