|Review: Crimson Moon - Mors Vincit Omnia|
|Mors Vincit Omnia|
Label: Debemur Morti Productions
Year released: 2019
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: December 20, 2019
Reviewed by: MetalMike
for:Mors Vincit Omnia
Crimson Moon has been around for 25 years and boasts, for a black metal band at least, a moderate discography of which Mors Vincit Omnia is the fourth full-length. It contains solid, meat and potatoes black metal that strays little from the formula cemented in the early '90s. The vocals have a nice rumbling quality to the rasps and there's a fair amount of melody underpinning the tremolo picking and pulse-pounding drums. I'd like to highlight a track or two but that's where Mors Vincit Omnia falls a bit short as every track sounds a lot like something you've heard before. As a whole, the album sounds good for what it is, but doesn't possess a lot of staying power. You can do a lot worse if standard black metal is your thing.
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