Genre : Instrumental post-metal
I dare to approximate this as post-metal (sometimes more post-rock but ho well...) even if it gathers many other influences, and is really experimental as such. Gifts from Enola's self-titled album is a rich and complex album featuring five long tracks. It doesn't carry any specific emotion as rhythms and beats are quickly changing, most of the time. Yet it's a very interesting release, with unusual song structures and riffs, and thus is a very good listen just to enjoy warm melodies and catchy drum parts. Definitely a record that should be heard for music before any emotion.