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Funeral Moon - The Forth Coming download album

  • Performer: Funeral Moon
  • Album: The Forth Coming
  • FLAC: 1172 mb | MP3: 1755 mb
  • Released: 1996
  • Style: Black Metal
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Funeral Moon - The Forth Coming download album

Under A Funeral Moon.

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Funeral Moon Adelaide, Australia. Total hatred & suffering. To seek the source a return to hunt, What light o Master have you brought on forth? What thunder and lightning do we tremble for? The gleam of life upon the axe

Country of origin: France. Location: Grenoble, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. Other releases: "The Forth Coming" demo 1996. Complete discography.

Under a Funeral Moon creates an album of such unrelenting darkness and nihilism that all other black metal albums seem light in comparison. Atmosphere will always be the key to success for a black metal band and Under a Funeral Moon delivers it in spades. It can be said that Under a Funeral Moon serves as the counterweight to Transilvanian Hunger. Riffs seem to come and go in a random fashion, the songs defy conventional structure.

Funeral Moon by Funeral Moon, released 01 January 2013 1. Suffocated By Fog 2. Winter Raises The Specter Of The Ending 3. The Forest Alight With Communal Mourning And Regeneration 4. Behead The Worm Debut release from then black metal trio. Raw, aggressive, hate-filled. Andrew Lovell Evil trad black metal from the cold wastelands of Adelaide. Seen these chaps live and they're the real fucking deal, trust me.

Profile: Country of origin: France. The Forth Coming ‎(Cass, Num). Not On Label (Funeral Moon Self-released).

Under a Funeral Moon is the third studio album by Norwegian black metal band Darkthrone. It was recorded in June 1992 and released June 24, 1993 by Peaceville Records. Under a Funeral Moon was the last album on which guitarist Zephyrous (Ivar Enger) performed; he left the band shortly after its release. Under a Funeral Moon. Darkthrone's previous album, A Blaze in the Northern Sky, is regarded as their first black metal album, although some have noted death metal traits and Fenriz stated that after the abrupt style change, if A Blaze in the Northern Sky "would be PURE black metal, it would only have 3 songs". He claimed that they began writing Under a Funeral.

Moon Funeral, Barcelona, Spain. Fool friends making DIY shows in Barcelona. Organisation in Barcelona, Spain.

Determined to leave behind their roots once and for all, Darkthrone set out to create Under a Funeral Moon with the intention that it should be pure unholy black metal. In doing so, the band created what is quite possibly THE archetypical black metal album, and therefore an essential album for anyone interested in the genre. Upon first glance it even looks like a classic black metal album, with all the aesthetic features that one would expect.


A1 Intro
A2 Deep Tenebries
A3 Black Christ
A4 Celtics
A5 Morzine's Possessed
A6 The Forth Coming
A7 Outro


  • Instruments – Sargatanas
  • Vocals – Sargatanas


Demo tape; numbered copies.