More like Bleak Metal
I've been a fan of Witchcraft since their self titled release back in 2004 and when I heard they were releasing a new album this year, I was pretty stoked, even more so when I heard that it was going to be an acoustic album.
The opening track 'Elegantly Expressed Depression' is pretty much all you need to listen to in order to know what the album is like. It's essentially Magnus Pelander singing emotionally in a dark room with his guitar. The album gets monotonous after two or three tracks as it has a very formulaic approach.
Though I appreciate what Pelander tried to do, in execution, it just comes up a little short for me.