In many ways all of us are migrating. To who, or from, is unique to the individual. « Migration » from Bossk is a soundtrack to that herculean journey we all take. Opener « White Stork » is a haunting swirl of analog synth noise and guitars, painting an ominous and fantastic atmosphere. « Menhir » then kicks open the door as a sludge-metal giant of a track, featuring guest vocalist Johannes Persson of Cult Of Luna. Machine-like « Iter » serves as an otherworldly interlude, a pathway to the post-metal masterpiece « HTV-3 ». Featuring Palm Reader vocalist Josh Mckeown, the song conjures the spirit of Tool and even late-era Faith No More in its sonic twists and turns. Experimental « Kibo » offers a deeper glimpse before fading into the horizon. « Lira » then emerges, a towering giant of a song (nearly 10 minutes in length) that contains one of their most unforgettable riffs to date. All of this leads to the epic « Unberth ». A beautiful slow-build closer that brings to mind Pink Floyd in its vast sonic expanse.