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  • Audio CD (April 17 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Season of Mist
  • ASIN: B000GRTQMK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,892 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By K. anaraki on July 10 2010
Format: Audio CD
This was my first Moonsorrow experience. Ripped it to my MP3 player, pressed play and WOW, I had never listened to this genre of music before, and I was just blown away. I had to give it a few listens, and now I can't wait till I get my hands on every other Moonsorrow album. The atmosphere created is just amazing, beautiful melodies nicely tied with black metal to create epic tracks that just haunt you.

The songs are very long, and if that bothers you, stay away. However, I just can't help but strongly recommend this album to anyone who likes Metal.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Amazing Epic Finnish Vinking Metal You Should Own April 22 2007
By David P. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album, from start to finish is an absolute masterpiece. For those who are into Wintersun, Windir, and others, should get this. This album, for the most part, would fit in to the folk metal/viking metal genre, though it is viking black metal in its essence with bits of folk thrown in for atmospheric effect. I say that it is folk metal mainly due to the mid paced tempos and interludes of acordeon, mouth harp, flute, fiddle, and acoustic guitars. Along with these elements are sounds of serene forests, birds chirping, wind blowing, and swords clashing in viking battle amidst burning fires. These elements are what stand out in my mind and set this album apart from the rest of the viking metal genre. There is truly an atmosphere throughout the entire album; it changes from intense, to epic, to melodramatic, to peaceful, and metamorphoses from one to the other and back throughout.

There are 5 songs in about 70 minutes, but you would not realize this due to the variation and changes in each song. This album NEVER gets boring, or leaves me wanting to skip to the next track. I am simply absorbed from start to finish. There are your basic parts of metal, viking metal, and black metal in each song structure and guitar, bass, and drums, and as always the vocals are harsh, growled, screamed, and also the occasional clean vox is added to heighten the epic intenseness of each song. The musicianship is top notch, and the music itself is thoughtfully composed and amazingly worked over to perfection. I have heard many viking metal bands, but never have I come across a band such as Moonsorrow. This album continues to amaze me and I notice new elements I hadn't before with each listen. Do yourself a favor and get this album. You will not be dissapointed.
A Magnificent Journey. Dec 2 2009
By W. Knockenhauer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This record, probably my favorite of all Moonsorrow records (although it's a tie with V : Havitetty) is probably the most original, emotional, and majestic pieces of music to exist, especially in the metal genre. But, in the music world entirely, this is a rare and amazing contribution. It blends together so many styles and sounds, it is heavy, with crushing riffs and screaming vocals, but quiet and beautiful, melodic interludes and harmonic choruses. I'm thoroughly impressed with this record, and if you're shopping for Moonsorrow records, you probably already know them, as they are something to be sought out more than found, it seems. So, you'll be surprised, in a good way, and certainly won't be disappointed with this release. But, I came looking, a few years ago, and found something that has constantly surprised me again and again with every release. Cheers, Moonsorrow. PS - I saw them this May, and they were incredible, as well as playing Pimea, in it's entirety! Though, off this one, Jotunheim is my favorite.
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Good stuff May 7 2009
By Vexatio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Great Album. I love all the tunes, from beginning to end. Pimea is an especially cool song.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
somebody please listen to me Oct. 26 2006
By Der Hammer des Kuchens - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The epic folk/ black metal band Moonsorrow are back with another epic album. With every release they seem to becoming more and more epic sounding which makes them sound like the metal version of Richard Wagner but better. There are only 5 songs but they are each pretty long. The first 3 songs are 14 minutes long the 4th one is 19 and a half minutes long and the last one is 8 and a half minutes long. However they throw in a lot of nature sounds like birds that eat up a lot of time like the last 5 minutes of the last song is only birds and a crackling fire.

The cd gets things started with a song that pumps you up and gets you ready for whats to come. From there the songs become longer and more epic with nice little folk touches in between. The last few minutes of each song is acoustic which leads into the next song. The last song is a pure folk song with a chorus singing. They also added the recorder to their list of folk instruments which kindda give it a Celtic feel. It can usually be heard during the acoustic parts at the end of the songs.

Some things I didn't like were some of the vocals on songs 3 and 4 because he does this really annoying shrieking that just gets on my nerves. Now I tend to like his harsh vocals but I just can't stand or overlook the annoying shrieking because it just seem to ruin the parts of the songs that they're in. Also in the booklette they have the Finnish lyrics but they didn't add the english translations like they usually do but that's not really much of a problem.

I would have to say that in my opinion this isn't their most memorible cd but it's still very good and I would recommend it to anyone who likes Moonsorrow or epic viking folk metal but if you're new to the band then I would suggest that you try one or all of their 3 earlier cds first before listening to this one.


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