Secrets of the Moon - Carved in Stigmata Wounds mp3 album

Secrets of the Moon - Carved in Stigmata Wounds mp3 album
Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Secrets of the Moon
  • Title:
    Carved in Stigmata Wounds
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Heavy Metal
Secrets of the Moon - Carved in Stigmata Wounds mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1959 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1188 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1676 mb
  • Rating:
    4.1
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    910
  • Formats:
    DXD APE AIFF DXD AU AHX

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Crowns Secrets of the Moon
2 Cosmogenesis Secrets of the Moon
3 Miasma Secrets of the Moon
4 Phychoccult Hymn Secrets of the Moon
5 To the Ultimate Embers and Ash Secrets of the Moon
6 Kaosthrone Secrets of the Moon
7 Epoch Secrets of the Moon
8 Carved in Stigmata Wounds Secrets of the Moon
9 Dust Secrets of the Moon
10 Ambience of a Dead Star Secrets of the Moon

Credits

Secrets of the Moon - Primary Artist



Dellevar
German band Secrets of the Moon is one of those acts whose said genre used to categorize them doesn’t tell much of the whole thing. In theory, theirs should be “Orthodox Black Metal”, but in reality, listening to their second album Carved in Stigmata Wounds, there are many moments when one feels like he’s listening more to Metallica’s … And Justice for All-period than anything else. While the guitar distortion may recall Marduk on Those of the Unlight, in reality the rhythmic is slower, at times imprecise, there are frequent Progressive Rock dynamics and songwriting elements and the guitar playing includes plenty of palm-muted sections. The resulting album isn’t absolutely “extreme” in an way: rather, a low-budget or sugarcoated version of the genre the band is said to be part of. The recording is extremely clean and the vocals aren’t excessive: in other words, this is one of those albums advised for those who don’t know anything about the genre and love Metallica and Iron Maiden to start when exploring Black Metal. After the experience, however, this album may grow tiring, conventional and, ultimately, hookless and derivative. Highlights: “Miasma”.