8 Songs, 41 Minutes


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Omnilarity ,

Divine Darkness Sheds Light To A New Chapter For Crimson Moonlight

I understand that the album isn't out yet, however, two songs have been released already. Just from those two songs alone, (The Dogma of Chalcedon & The Suffering), I have a feeling that Divine Darkness will be Crimson Moonlight's best album yet, hands down. The guitars are piercing, the drums are blisteringly fast, and the vocals never disappoint. It seems that over the last nine years this band took time off, they still continued to get better regardless. Gustav's drumming is amazing and unrelenting. There's a great balance of death growls and Pilgrim's fry vocals. The production on this album is top notch. Although there's a lot going on in the mix, everything seems to be in order sonically. Not to mention that they do this to glorify the King of Kings. I believe that with this album Crimson Moonlight will finally get the credibility and notoriety that they rightfully deserve. Soli Deo Gloria.

Lakers2224 ,

F%}K YEAH!!!

This rocks. Best Swedish unblack metal band around.

matress777 ,


Man I thought they were never going to release this. Christian unblock metal at its best!

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