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Moonlight Prophecy
January 2018
Released: Nove, Self Released
Rating: 4.0/5
Reviewer: UK Team

Moonlight prophecy is a band from Philadelphia inspired by singer Lawrence Wallace, renaming his instrumental project “Lawrence’s Creation”. The band formed in 2017 and released a demo. Few months later, their first full–length album is here.

The album features 9 tracks in which the bigger part is played by the instruments. All songs feature vocals, but the main point is on the instrumentals. The guitars are mixed with great skill, some songs have faster tempo, some are slower. The solos are brilliantly thought of and fit in the whole project perfectly. Shredding is an element present in every track of the album. You can find the progressive/power signs in the songs. Because the album has some kind of ballads, the rhythm can change in a second, so you can be listening to a galloping power metal track banging your head, and the next second the tempo can be dropped and you might have a ballad with harmonics in your ear, that was the only thing that my ear caught and was not quite pleasant because it gives you a sudden mood change.

As a debut album for a newly founded group the album is very great discography opener. If they continue to do stuff with this kind of work, we can be expecting lots of stuff from them in the future.

Review by: Kire Jovanovski
Track Listing

01. Abandonned
02. Escape the Ruins
03. The end times
04. Spellbound
05. Fading away
06. Fury M
07. Never forgotten
08. Eternal oblivion
09. Witch hunt
10. Omen under the stars


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