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Selfabuse - Moonspell - The Butterfly Effect (CD, Album)

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  1. Butterfly Effect buy CD music Moonspell is unquestionably the most underrated metal band on this planet. Butterfly Effect songs This album is brillant: it wanders somewhere between violence and melodies; industrial sounds and traditionnal stuffs. "Disappear here" "soulsick" and "cant bee" are my favorite tunes on this one.
  2. Moonspell - Butterfly Effect music CD album at CD Universe, & fourth album by Portugal's top goth/black metal act, who've toured in the past with Type O Negative. Everything Artist Title Song SoundTrack Label.
  3. Recorded at London's Trident Studios in , MOONSPELL's fourth album, The Butterfly Effect, saw the band follow more experimental paths after their impactful beginnings in gothic courtwillmokecojonomatpakansipanc.coinfonced by industrial elements of the nineties, this full-length release from the Portuguese pioneers captivates with down-tuned guitars, an electronic veil of ghostly synths and the concept of the.
  4. Jun 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Moonspell - Self Abuse (Butterfly FX) with subtitles onscreen YouTube Moonspell - Night Eternal (full album) - Duration: Pat Ross , views.
  5. The Butterfly Effect is a very eclectic album, having tracks consumed by rage and spotted with black metal growls next to more laid back and melancholy tracks containing mostly clean vocals. The first track, Soul Sick, opens with sound effects and drum work combining seamlessly with gothic style clean singing to invoke an almost palpable, eerie sense of rising dread/5(28).
  6. May 29,  · With The Butterfly Effect, MOONSPELL delivered some of the most courageous and exploratory songs of their career. Finally available again as LP Gatefold, digipak and even cassette tape formats, The Butterfly Effect will be re-released on August 7, via Napalm Records!
  7. The Butterfly Effect is the fourth studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell, released in , inspired by chaos theory. The album is characterised by a more experimental approach than their previous material, incorporating many elements of electronic music and industrial metal.
  8. Everything is everywhere, the butterfly effect! Recorded at London's Trident Studios in , MOONSPELL's fourth album, The Butterfly Effect, saw the .

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