?The Beherial Midnight? doesn?t offer any innovative or groundbreaking elements in the field of black metal. In order to describe the music, it can be described as similar to that of Horna, old Behexen or even Azaghal. It?s strictly raw and primitive but it exemplifies how black metal should be played. Through its 9 tracks, the dark and melancholic melodies create such strong emotions that can?t go unnoticed. The warm guitar tone and the excellent riff work balances between tremolo picking and some nice tempo breaks that prevent this whole attempt from sounding boring. Also Lord Sarcofagian?s voice fits very well to the music because it sounds very grim and miserable. If you see beyond the theoretically raw production, you will see that the balance of the instruments is admirable and each one of them can be heard very clearly. Even the bass is audible, while the drums generally play at a medium tempo, with some black ?n? roll changes and fast outbreaks. Hands down one of the peaks in Finnish black metal.