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Item no. 337501
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Symphonic Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 2-CD
Edition Limited Edition, Special Edition
Product topic Bands
Band Delain
Product type CD
Release date 26/08/2016
The limited special edition contains 2 CD's and is delivered in a nice mediabook.

2016 stands for ten years of Delain, full of huge, symphonic metal! With the amazing 'Lunar Prelude' the year started in a very promising way for all fans of the Dutch band, but now it's time for the main course! 'Moonbathers' courageously engages in epic musical canvasses and longs to reach out for the night sky! The fifth studio album by the band has clockwork precision and compositions with finesse, full of instinct and pure emotion. Lashing metal seamlessly merges with amazing melodies that will give you goosebumps! 2016 will be a very important year for Delain!
CD 1
1. Hands of gold 2. The glory and the scum 3. Suckerpunch 4. The hurricane 5. Chrysalis - The last breath 6. Fire with fire 7. Pendulum 8. Danse Macabre 9. Scandal 10. Turn the lights out 11. The monarch
CD 2
1. Bonus
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Dallas H.

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Posted on: 26 Sep 2016

Fantastic album

Another great, fresh sounding album from Delain.

The addition of Merel to the lineup adds an extra dimension to their sound making them sound a little bit 'heavier' and more dynamic.

Overall a really fantastic album with great hooks, charlotte's ever-beautiful vocals and a bunch of fine sounding songs. My favourites of which so far would probably have to be The Glory and The Scum, and Suckerpunch. But that will no doubt change the more I listen!

Will certainly sound magnificent performed live!

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