Unquestionable Presence is a record that, in my opinion, has long deserved a renewed spotlight showcasing its influence and place on metal's timeline. Season of Mist seemed to agree as well because, while the reissue is certainly plain, it offers a bare bones type of feeling that vinyl had in its heyday (and I suppose the early '90s, too, which was Atheist's heyday). I tend to appreciate things like that, considering the record's label is printed in traditional-looking text. How refreshing!
|500 copies of this beauty are scattered across the globe.|
Bravo, Season of Mist. Bravo.
|Simple, basic liner notes. Nothing to complain about here!|