Immensity are a band from Greece that plays an atmospheric form of doom/death metal with some funeral and progressive touches and this is a review of their 2016 album "The Isolation Splendour" which was released as a joitn effort between Hypnotic Dirge Records and Solitude Productions.
Acoustic guitar playing starts off the album along with some symphonic keyboards a few seconds later which also leads up to more of a melodic doom metal direction that also introduces death metal growls that are very easy to understand onto the recording and the solos and leads also use a great amount of melody.
Clean singing can be heard in some parts of the songs and most of the tracks are very long and epic in length and the songs also bring in a lot of influences from the 90's atmospheric doom/death metal era and as the album progresses a small amount of spoken word parts and whispers can be heard and all of the songs stick to a very slow musical direction and there is also a brief use of black metal elements.
Immensity plays a style of atmospheric doom/death metal that is rooted in the 90's style while also updating the style along with some elements of funeral doom and progressive music, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover reality, pain, metaphor, and sorrow themes.
In my opinion Immensity are a very great sounding atmospheric doom/death metal band with a touch of funeral and progressive music and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Heartfelt Like Dying" "The Sullen" and "Adornment". 8 out of 10.