Spanish metal band DARK MOOR has signed a deal with Italy's Scarlet Records. With its previous five albums, the group established itself as one of today's leading classic/power metal acts, combining the European metal sound with a high-class symphonic approach, made possible by each member's astonishing technical skills.
DARK MOOR's new album, "Tarot", 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. The band put a major attention in the symbolism of each card (and the tarot that represents), trying to find a link with real life which, as the band likes to say, is often a reflection of life itself. 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).
"Tarot" track listing:
01. The Magician
02. The Chariot
03. The Star
04. Wheel Of Fortune
05. The Emperor
06. Devil In The Tower
09. The Hanged Man
10. The Moon
"Tarot" is scheduled for release in late February/early March.
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