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Release date: 24 March 2006
Style: Melodic death metal, Symphonic metal

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8.5 | 101 votes

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01. Aurora
02. Play Dead
03. Pulkovo Meridian
04. The Diarist
05. Snowdrifts
06. Now Is Forever
07. On Memory's White Sleigh
08. Heart Of Leningrad
09. Prospekt
10. Motherland
11. The Farewell Song

Review
Lyrics (10)


Line-up
Michele "Mike Lunacy" Belli - vocals
Simone "Enomys" Ferrari - guitars, piano
Imer - bass
Luigi "Bajikal" Berti - drums, percussion

Session musicians
Amelia - vocals


Additional info
Produced by Enomys.
Executive producer: Vittorio Lombardoni.
Recorded at Frozen Sound Studio, Parma, Italy by Enomys.
Mixed at Studio Fredman, Gothenburg, Sweden on November 2005 by Fredrik Nordström.
Music by Enomys, lyrics by Mike Lunacy, except:
"Now Is Forever" (music by Imer, Enomys),
"The Farewell Song" (music by Enomys, Mike).
All songs arranged by Dark Lunacy.
Classical parts arranged by Enomys.

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor

Rating:
8.9
A powerful record label can ram the worst boring album down your throat for months while extraordinaire bands are flying under the radar of both professionals and fans alike. Dark Lunacy’s career is a perfect illustration of that. I am not even sure those guys are still around but that would be a tragic end to one of Italy’s finest combos. Let’s go back to the year 2006, which brought us Dark Lunacy’s third full-length offering The Diarist, following the excellent Forget Me Not and Devoid .

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Sznc - 16.04.2013 at 20:25  
  Not that good comparing to Devoid and Forget-Me-Not imo
NocturnalStalker - 07.02.2015 at 19:12  
Rating: 9 In my humble opinion, one of the best melodeath albums ever recorded. It has not a single weak song, the melodies are catchy and the songs are diverse enough not to tire the listener out. The only weakness of this album to me seems to be the English of the lyrics.

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