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Cult Of Luna - Eternal Music

10 thoughts on “ Cult Of Luna - Eternal Music

  1. Sazuru
    Feb 01,  · Eternal Kingdom is good, but it doesn't quite stack up to "Somewhere Along the Highway" and it is definitely no "Salvation." Don't get me wrong: the album is dark, heavy, and awesome. Cult of Luna only comes up short when you compare it to Cult of Luna/5(9).
  2. Vihn
    Cult of Luna. Formed by Klas Rydberg and Johannes Persson, after the Swedish hardcore band Eclipse broke up. It began as a traditional sludge band and has slowly integrated greater degrees of post-rock into their sound. Thomas Hedlund is not the same guy who played in Autopsy Torment, Entity, The Ancients Rebirth.
  3. Gardajar
    Cult of Luna is a Swedish heavy metal band from Umeå founded in They are known for post-metal music similar to the contemporary bands Neurosis and Isis. The band was signed to Earache Records in the early s and released five albums, including the commercially successful albums Salvation () and Somewhere Along the Highway ().Genres: Post-metal, sludge metal.
  4. Akijind
    Dec 01,  · Cult of Luna discography and songs: Music profile for Cult of Luna, formed Genres: Atmospheric Sludge Metal, Post-Metal, Sludge Metal. Albums include Somewhere Along the Highway, Salvation, and Vertikal.
  5. Mat
    Eternal Music is the music-only part of audio book / DVD Eviga Riket, which was originally released independently by the band in Eviga Riket continues the story of Holger Nilsson, who lived in the s and who first lost his family and then his mind.
  6. Bragrel
    Jan 06,  · January 6, referencing Eternal Music, LP, Album, RP, PEL This is a totally different side of Cult of Luna. Part acoustic part heavy songs.4/5(47).
  7. Nikot
    This release is the audio-only version, without the narration, of DVD audiobook Eviga Riket released in - copies on black vinyl - copies on black/gold vinyl Comes with a silk-screened cover, printed in metallic gold ink on thick gsm cardboard.
  8. Maurisar
    Touring Scandinavia and Europe from October to December with Brutus and A.A Williams.
  9. Kajicage
    Fans of Cult of Luna looking for something completely new or ground breaking should probably stop reading here. This album is a band doing what they do best, making solid songs. After ’s Somewhere Along the Highway it could be said Cult of Luna (CoL) was searching for, reaffirming and experimenting with their sound.4/5.

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