MOONLIGHT To Release New Album In November

Polish progressive rock/metal band MOONLIGHT has set "Integrated in the System of Guilt" as the title of its new album, due on November 6 via Metal Mind Productions. The CD was recorded in August at the Fonoplastykon studio with engineer Marcin Bors and marks the group's first release with new drummer Krzysztof "Bialy" Medrala (BODY MIND RELATION).

Commented guitarist Andrzej Kutys: "The album is heavy and powerful but also lyrical, psychedelic and disco-like; it is full of noises as well as beautiful melodies. The songs interleave, thus creating a musical whole. Also, you are in for a big surprise as, for the first time in the band's history, we have a guest on the album! Adam Sypula from CTRL-ALT-DEL joined Maja on vocals in one track. In our opinion, it is the best MOONLIGHT album."

MOONLIGHT's current lineup:

Maja Konarska - Vocals
Andrzej Kutys - Guitar
Michal Podciechowski - Bass Guitar
Kuba Maciejewski - Keyboards
Krzysztof Medrala – Drums

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