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How Very Strange

Well.. It’s not terrible, but it’s not great. They still sound like Dark Moor, but with the addition of a more progressive sound which isn’t a bad thing, but something doesn’t sound right… I think what really bothers me most is the vocals. When I hear him sing his words sound muddled and slurred, kinda of like when you return from the dentist and your mouth (and tongue) is still very numb from getting a root canal, wisdom teeth, or anything that isn’t just getting your teeth cleaned . That’s my main thing, the rest of it is mainly the orchestration. Lots of experimentation going on here, which again is not a bad thing, but I think the power metal side of things should calm down a tad, because the progressive part of the album doesn’t really shine as much and it makes the tracks sound weird and kind of cheesy.

Sounds like a demo

Doesn't have the energy, the tonal depth or bite of the original... just sounds muddy and uninspired. This is a let down.


This is probably their worst album to date. Every album before this had at least one thing that I could find myself to enjoy, but this entire album is such a huge let down, except for the Bonus Tracks I guess. The bonus tracks are ok, but I don't think they even stand a chance against the originals. Nice try I suppose...


Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of Spain's longest-running heavy metal exports, Dark Moor was founded in 1994 by Madrid-based guitarist Enrik Garcia, and after honing their fantasy-laced power metal via three demo tapes (1996's Tales of the Dark Moor, 1998's Dreams of Madness, and 1999's Flying), signed with the independent Arise label for the release of their full-length debut, 1999's Shadowland. This was followed by releases like The Hall of the Olden Dreams (2000), The Fall of Melnibone (EP, 2001), The Gates of Oblivion...
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Project X (Deluxe Version), Dark Moor
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  • $17.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Nov 06, 2015

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