The Raven is reborn in truth witnessing the release of '"Mammons War'". '"Mammon'" itself is a term that was used to describe greed, avarice, and unjust worldly gain. This tells the listener the band still relates their frustrations and unhappiness with social injustices and how senseless the world truly is - especially today. No excuses are being made or offered. Old fans shouldn't be disappointed by this album musically either. There is of course a lot of maturity behind the dirges which augments the anger, disappointment and weariness at a flawed world, but in sound they're as timeless as ever, from the traditionally styled riffs to the Ozzy sounding vocals of Fodde. Hardly has there ever been another band tapping so close to the pure essence of doom metal. The Raven flies again, stronger and more inspired than ever, and the world is once again cast under its shadow.