New Cult of Luna Video
2013-02-08 by Ryan Kroner | 18 Comments
Swedish sludge metal collective Cult of Luna have released a music video for 'Passing Through', which is the closing track on their latest album, Vertikal.

youtu.be/10n7cJyRdZE
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GringoSuave89
February 8th 2013
1042 Comments


yussssss. this is excellent.

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Ignimbrite
February 9th 2013
5388 Comments


sweeeeeeet

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CasinoColumbus
February 9th 2013
340 Comments


damn, so good

gosk8n
February 9th 2013
1054 Comments


beautiful video song is aight its probably better when listening to the full album

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slipnslide
February 9th 2013
2640 Comments


yep. that was indeed a video.

Relinquished
February 9th 2013
25211 Comments


not at all

Relinquished
February 9th 2013
25211 Comments


she looks normal, with just with makeup fitted for the video

Relinquished
February 9th 2013
25211 Comments


it's a child, you're examining her as if she's potential dtf

Colliiiin
February 9th 2013
673 Comments


Bad song choice although it was fitting to the video, which was fairly enjoyable.

fromtheinside
February 9th 2013
18717 Comments


should i stop listening to based god to check out this video?

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wacknizzle
February 9th 2013
13482 Comments


That close up of the girl at the end freaked me out

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YUJOS
February 10th 2013
941 Comments


meeeeehhhhhhhhhhhhh

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Sevhead
February 10th 2013
569 Comments


Metal needs more tastefully abstract music videos like this. They ought to be very pleased with its outcome.

Impervious
February 11th 2013
401 Comments


What are some good tracks or CDs from these guys? I heard part of "Ghost Trail" on this show called Todd And The Book Of Pure Evil (which is a pretty awesome show, definitely check it out if you like metal, stoners, violence, cussing, and comedy) and it sounded freaking badass. Was gonna buy the CD but when I previewed the songs on the CD, they were all atmospheric on every song and I didn't hear much metal like stuff. Maybe I'm just really unlucky and these guys are actually really awesome?

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 11th 2013
21469 Comments


Check Salvation and SATH. If you want fucking heavy as balls nut crunching metal though listen to The Beyond

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Ignimbrite
February 11th 2013
5388 Comments


SAtH is their best, so start with that. Ghost Trail is a fucking amazing song, btw.

johnnydeking29
February 11th 2013
9234 Comments


Vertikal was my first, have ordered the s/t and am gonna work through their discog in a weird order, finishing with Salvation and SATH

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johnnydeking29
February 11th 2013
9234 Comments


Video is excellent



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