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The Shadow Of The Nile - Dark Moor - Between Light And Darkness

6 thoughts on “ The Shadow Of The Nile - Dark Moor - Between Light And Darkness

  1. Gardasida
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dark Moor - Between Light And Darkness at Discogs. Complete your Dark Moor collection/5(15).
  2. Bralmaran
    Tracks 1,2,3 & 4 Produced by Dark Moor and Simón Echeverría Recorded at Cube Studios by Alberto Seara in August ;Mixed at Sintonia Studios by Simón Echeverría Mastered at New Sin Studios by Luigui Stefanini Tracks 5,6 & 7 Produced by Dark Moor & Luigui Stefanini Mastered at .
  3. Moogujinn
    Dark Moor - Between Light And Darkness. Arise Records. Symphonic Power Metal. 8 songs (51'39) The Shadow Of The Nile is from the Japanese version of The Gates Of Oblivion and is a big orchestrated and heavy epic featuring some great vocal melodies and richly layered vocal passages.
  4. Kigakazahn
    Legends always say The dark one makes his play With uncautious men Lie in his name From inner egypt came Don't fear his word Don't go to his den The strange dark one to whom the fellahs bowed Silent and lean cryptically proud Worming into your mind Driver you mad Like the snake which can find What is bad Biting with sharp teeth Your frail reason Scratching in your mind beneath Frantic crowds.
  5. Arashigore
    What "Between Light and Darkness" appears to be, is a grouping of songs that didn't appear on their regular studio albums, bits and pieces from here and there. In fact many of the initial songs have the feel of medieval folk music, like "Blackmore's Night" and the fourth track, "Echoes of the Sea" is an instrumental chamber music piece.4/5(2).
  6. Nilabar
    Though they're typically purveyors of top-quality power metal, Between the Light & Darkness finds Spain's Dark Moor taking time to explore the classical side of their sound. Featuring four acoustic tracks and four fully electrified cuts, the album builds a bridge between the worlds of classical music and neo-classical metal in a way that few bands are able to do.

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