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|4.0 excellent||no names awesome enough | August 17th 11|
i rly like this album, im completely hooked, feels like every song is epic in its own way. 5/5
|4.0 excellent||Argent | March 5th 10|
This album took a long time to grow on me. There are some obvious standout track, recommended to any fans of symphonic metal--Phantom Queen with its excellent, somewhat folky violin work; Faustus, with its all-out symphonic metal bombast; and For Her, fittingly epic for a song about The Odyssey. The rest all sounded a bit flat for a while, but one by one, I realized that each was excellent in its own way.
One trend holds throughout the whole album: flat verses, powerful bridges and choruses. But if you give it time, you'll grow to appreciate the verses as well.
As with many power metal bands, Dark Moor began as a fairly typical band, but progressed to develop a distinct sound, becoming more complex, a bit slower, and more unique.
|4.5 superb||BludgeonySteve | July 4th 09|
Dark Moor have always put out quality music and have always had their own unique style in a seemingly faceless and generic genre. But with Autumnal they've reached a new level with powerful, beautiful, and nearly seamless symphonic metal compositions.
|5.0 classic||Mookle | October 27th 12|
|2.5 average||iZac | September 25th 11|
|3.5 great||RUDYB | May 26th 11|
|4.5 superb||Liampie | September 17th 10|
|4.5 superb||Ripped | December 11th 09|
|3.0 good||Muninn | September 26th 09|
|2.0 poor||lobby | July 21st 09|
|4.0 excellent||Lanx | May 12th 09|
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