The band New Mexican Doom Cult first saw the light of day in the outskirts of the small town of Gävle in the far north of Sweden. A cold and lonely place, were the merciless winds blow from the Baltic Sea, making it an ideal place for what the people of the North call Långsamrock. 'Necropolis' opens like an ancient tome being pried open, revealing secrets long buried in the ice. The first notes are a wall of sound, a blizzard of fuzz that envelops the listener, a fitting tribute to the inhospitable environment from which the band hails. The opening track, 'Architect,' is an invocation, a call to arms that beckons you to embark on a journey into the unknown. The musicianship displayed on this album is nothing short of extraordinary. The intertwining guitar work conjures images of snow-capped peaks and endless tundras, while the rhythm section anchors the listener in the frozen soil of the north. The vocals, shrouded in reverb and frost, add a layer of mystique and haunting beauty to the music. Every note, every crushing riff, is captured with meticulous detail, enhancing the overall experience and making it feel like you're standing at the edge of the Baltic Sea, staring into its icy depths. Join the cult and brace yourself for a frigid epic that will chill your soul to the core.