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Cold Moon over Babylon

Vulvagun

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 20th, 2011
Catalog ID:
MFOSBF01
Label:
Metal Farm Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 84%)
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2. The Black Pyramid 07:26   Show lyrics
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3. Arise Neophyte 05:11   Show lyrics
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4. A Murder of Demons 07:20   Show lyrics
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5. Malachi 05:15   Show lyrics
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6. Heart of the Mountain 03:17   instrumental
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7. Equinox 06:30   Show lyrics
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8. Confessions of a Flesh Eater 05:43   Show lyrics
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9. Union of the Snake 07:08   Show lyrics
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10. Of Pain, Transcendence and the Dark Design 07:03   Show lyrics
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11. The Transit of Venus 09:02   Show lyrics
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12. Clavicula Salomonis 01:15   instrumental
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Band members
Wayne Dwyer Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
George Larin Guitars (lead)
Evan Harris Bass, Chapman Stick
Chris Phillips Drums, Vocals (backing)
Guest/Session
Kelly Lean Vocals (additional) (track 11)
Miscellaneous staff
Wayne Dwyer Producer, Recording
Wayne Dwyer Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
George Larin Guitars (lead)
Evan Harris Bass, Chapman Stick
Chris Phillips Drums, Vocals (backing)
Kelly Lean Vocals (additional) (track 11)
Wayne Dwyer Producer, Recording
Read And to think this album is... 85% TrooperOfSteel April 30th, 2012
Read A cold moon over power metal. 98% Empyreal March 29th, 2012
Read Entrancing desert mysteries 75% Radagast December 5th, 2011
Read Weird name, great debut. 77% AnalogKid June 9th, 2011

Cold Moon over Babylon has a central theme based on the mythical Lesser Key of Solomon, an ancient text that was later interpreted and used by renaissance scholars to warn of the dangers of demon worship and associated dark arts. The fabled Hammer of Witches is an interpretive subtext and extrapolation of the Key.

Recording information:

Recorded at Orbit Studios near Melbourne in Australia.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 2017086800019

Added by: Tom_Anvil Modified by: Radagast
Added on: 2011-05-19 06:02:34 Last modified on: 2017-04-10 18:16:07