The second and fifth tracks "Ravens of Bus" and "Grace-cup of Morrow" include a lot of flute-driven melody which is very well done. "Solstice-Kolyada" features the strongest riffs on the album with a rock sensibility backed up by the flute melodies. Their work is at its best on these three tracks.
The album takes a turn for the acoustic with the slow, ambient fourth number. The clean vocals are nice and establish a definite folk atmosphere; it's just too minimal to warrant repeat listens. The last two tracks are slow-going although the album closes out with a catchy guitar solo. More of that would have jazzed up the excitement overall.
As it is Haunted Dreamscapes is worth a listen once or twice if you really love the genre, but its not something that is going to set the world on fire.
Verdict: Indifference [6.5/10]