|Review: Vision Lunar - Luna Subortus|
Label: Abridged Pause Recordings
Year released: 2015
Genre: Black Metal
Review online: October 24, 2015
Reviewed by: Christopher Foley
Rated 0/5 (0%) (0 Votes)
Vision Lunar is a one-man project billing itself as atmospheric Black Metal, having the odd quirk of releasing its material on the day of a full-moon (pretty Black Metal, I guess). The overall sound on display here is a meeting of clean and distorted guitars, seeking to conjure some sort of grand atmosphere in what I'm guessing is service to the lunar cycle. At first I was ready to chew this out bad, but upon further inspection I must admit that the clean guitar parts are well played and nicely done. Anything remotely resembling metal comes from jam session-style distorted guitars, and I guess with some drums behind could maybe qualify as heavy.
Overall this failed to evoke much excitement or emotion. With the backing of a full array of instruments, and a stronger sense of structure I could see Vision Lunar being pretty cool, although for now it sounds like a guy jamming away on the guitar.
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