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Luna Ad Noctum - Dimness Profound
Where should I begin when listening to this record? When I look at the artwork and hear the intro submerging into the first real track, I think of French black metal, like Anorexia Nervosa and Arkhon Infaustus. When I look at the biography I see that this band is from Poland. They are not the only black metallers from Poland, because they share their ideology with Tenebrosus and Behemoth. Luna Ad Noctum is the band we are talking about and they’ve started in 1998. In 2001 they recorded their first demo called Moonlit Sanctum. Now they’ve come back with a new album and their official debut: Dimness Profound. As I said the music reminded me much to French orientated black metal, but I also can hear that they’ve had some influence from Behemoth in their older days and the modern Marduk. The music is compact and is varying a lot. It may appeal to most people as total chaos, but there is certainly a beginning and an end. Just listen to The Last Coldest Sunset and you’ll know what I mean. The vocals are traditional but the lyrics don’t only handle about anti-Christian subjects. The main thought behind those lyrics are traditional evil, dark and sad subjects. The title is perfectly fitting the main thought behind this album. The tempo of the record is not full blast speed, but changes to normal too. The songs are mostly not so different from each other, and that’s a pity sometimes but that depends on the listener. I cannot say much more about this album, but I can about the musicians. They must have believed that it was funny to call yourself “Dragor Born In Flames” but that’s something they’ve decided for themselves. The album as a whole is quite decent and is certainly worth listening. If you are into atmospheric black metal with a not so high originality then you should find a copy. The choice is yours! When you decide to buy the album though, you’ll have a bonus with it. You’ll get a splendid video clip for The Last Coldest Sunset with it. [i][b]Track Listing: 1: Dimness Prologue (intro) 2: Traitor Of Sadness & Grief 3: An Ancient Splendour 4: The Last Coldest Sunset 5: Moonlit Sanctum 6: The Mirror Of Our Curse 7: Mental Spirit And Flesh 8: The Evil’s God (Await Us) 9: Her Raven’s Aura (Outro) Line Up: Bass/Vocals – Adrian Nefarious Guitars – Blasphemo: Abyssum Invocat Guitars – Tomas Infamous Drums – Dragor Born In Flames[/i][/b]
Luna Ad Noctum - Dimness Profound
72/1001Details Golden Lake/Hardebaran
Released on Monday Nov 30th, -0001


Writer @Mat-Core on Thursday May 20th, 2004

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