DARK MOOR: New Album Title, Track Listing, Artwork Revealed
Madrid, Spain-based power metallers DARK MOOR have set "Autumnal" as the title of their new album, due in early 2009. The follow-up to 2007's "Tarot", was recorded in part at New Sin Studios in Italy and features a guest appearance by soprano Itea Benedicto (NIOBETH).
"Autumnal" track listing:
01. Swan Lake
02. On The Hill Of Dreams
03. Phantom Queen
04. An End So Cold
06. Don't Look Back
07. When The Sun Is Gone
08. For Her
09. The Enchanted Forest
10. The Sphinx
11. Fallen Leaves Waltz
Check out the cover artwork below.
DARK MOOR's latest CD, "Tarot", was released in the U.S. in May 2007 via Caroline distribution. The album, which was issued in Europe in February 2007 via Italy's Scarlet Records, is said to be "an intriguing" conceptual effort about the major arcanes of the tarot, covering in depth the meaning of each arcane and the esoteric halo that surrounds it. Production duties were once again handled by renowed producer Luigi Stefanini (RHAPSODY, LABIRYNTH, VISION DIVINE). The impressive artwork was created by Derek Gores (EDGUY, KAMELOT).
DARK MOOR's video for the song "The Chariot" can be viewed below.
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