Avant-garde music that is highly inaccessible, A Beacon in the Husk combines elements of DM, doom metal, ambience, and atmosphere to create a truly uncomfortable and contemplative album. Think of this more as dark ambience with extreme music rather than one or the other. The production is superb, specifically the use of panning. The drumming in particular is some of the best I've ever heard. This auditory experience is not easy to appreciate, but my is it superb.
Favorite track: II – Discernment: The Triumph Of Fools.