||Finnish black metal Uhrilehto formed during the winter of 1996.
The have a sound similar to a cheaper version of Dark Funeral or
older Dimmu Borgir and they are influenced by old Rotting Christ,
Samael and Emperor. The name of their album is "Viha Ja Ikuinen
Vitutus" which is finnish as well as all the songs except for
one called "Jesus Christ Massacre." So now its pretty
obvious what the album is about. "Viha Ja Ikuinen Vitutus"
has a few good parts but nothing stood out. Sometimes they seem
too repetative or they can be a little flat and it wouldn't hurt
to be a little tighter. There are quite a few black metal bands
that use a lower quality of production to add some effect to their
music. Uhrilehto uses this on their album, but I'm not sure if it
was intentional or if they really need production help. Since this
is their first album hopefully they will progress a little, and
make their music a little more appealing.