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Review: Moonspell - Under Satanae
Moonspell
www.moonspell.com
Under Satanae

Label: SPV
Year released: 2007
Duration: 50:25
Tracks: 10
Genre: Black Metal

Rating: 3.5/5

Review online: October 10, 2007
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
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Under Satanae

Rated 3.6/5 (72%) (10 Votes)
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This is Moonspell desperately trying to regain some cred by re-recording their old stuff, some from the era before they were even Moonspell. This is much more in a Black Metal style, if a very Gothy, keyboard-infested variety. Even with these early songs you can hear their impatience with BM and a desire to go more a Cradle Of Filthy direction. That said, this is nowhere near as gay as anything associated with Dani. This is not a bad disc, and parts of it are quite good, but overall it's pretty irrelevant, and I don't see much purpose in it: fans of 'new' Moonspell won't like it, and Black Metal fans are unlikely to be impressed.


Track Listing:
  1. Halla alle halla al rabka halla (Praeludium/Incantatum Solistitium)
  2. Tenebrarum Oratorium (Andamento I/Erudit Compendyum)
  3. Interludium/Incantatum Oequinoctum
  4. Tenebrarum Oratorium (Andamento II/Erotic Compendyum)
  5. Opus Diabolicum (Andamento III/Instrumental Compendyum)
  6. Chorai Lusitânia! (Epilogus/Incantatam Maresia)
  7. Goat On Fire
  8. Ancient Winter Goddess
  9. Wolves From The Fog
  10. Serpent Angel
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