Dark Lunacy - The Day Of Victory



7.5 | 37 votes |
Release date: 9 May 2014
Style: Melodic death metal, Symphonic metal

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01. Dawn Of Victory
02. Red Blocks [feat. Paolo Ojetti]
03. Sacred War
04. From The Don To The Sea [feat. Paolo Ojetti]
05. The Decemberists [feat. Caterina Trucchia]
06. Anthem Of Red Ghosts
07. The Mystic Rail [feat. Caterina Trucchia]
08. Ages Of Decay
09. Victory
10. Silent Riot

Additional info
Recorded and mixed by Alessandro Vagnoni and Manuel Coccia.
Mastered by Paolo Ojetti.
Produced by Vittorio Lombardoni.

Artwork by Gaspare Frazzitta.
Photography by Camilla Sarzi.

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03.04.2014 - 21:33
Rating: 8
Creativinity
ERMAHGAWD!

I thought Septicflesh coming out with a new album would be the highlight of this year. DARK LUNACY? WHHHHAT!
My two favorite bands in the universe are coming out in summer with a new CD. Thank you, God, you totally exist.

I's gonna go cry now and act like a lunatic for the rest of the day.
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04.04.2014 - 10:30
annodomini
Written by Creativinity on 03.04.2014 at 21:33

ERMAHGAWD!

I thought Septicflesh coming out with a new album would be the highlight of this year. DARK LUNACY? WHHHHAT!
My two favorite bands in the universe are coming out in summer with a new CD. Thank you, God, you totally exist.

I's gonna go cry now and act like a lunatic for the rest of the day.


Well their last was a massive dissapontment, and since the spilt up with the Enomys, I doubt that Mike will do anything similar to pre Weaven of Forgotten era.
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there is nothing left to die for...
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05.04.2014 - 23:43
Rating: 8
Numa
Oh, another new album about............... Russia. They must really love that country. They will include stuff from Red Army Choir, its funny because I start to listen to them when I was searching the internet for orchestral versions of the folk Russian songs used by Dark Lunacy.

I Hope they dont make another weaver of forgotten, Ive been waiting too long for this.
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06.04.2014 - 00:28
Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist
I wonder if their lyrical themes will center around homophobia.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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13.04.2014 - 16:02
Aquila
Written by annodomini on 04.04.2014 at 10:30

Written by Creativinity on 03.04.2014 at 21:33

ERMAHGAWD!

I thought Septicflesh coming out with a new album would be the highlight of this year. DARK LUNACY? WHHHHAT!
My two favorite bands in the universe are coming out in summer with a new CD. Thank you, God, you totally exist.

I's gonna go cry now and act like a lunatic for the rest of the day.


Well their last was a massive dissapontment, and since the spilt up with the Enomys, I doubt that Mike will do anything similar to pre Weaven of Forgotten era.


Maybe Enoyms (What a name) was the real genius of this band, I miss their classic background melody.
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Maybe the final of the world is really darkness, but science and melody can light the perspective!!!!
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15.04.2014 - 17:22
annodomini
3 new songs online...

http://metalitalia.com/articolo/dark-lunacy-anteprima-del-nuovo-album-the-day-of-victory/

Not bad for a ussual melodeath band, but nothing special for Dark Lunacy.
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09.05.2014 - 02:52
rasim777
A bit better than the last one, but still a disappointment.
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09.05.2014 - 17:04
Rating: 8
Numa
Only 8 actual songs, almost every song has a Red Army Choir section. The Diarist is a lot better.
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10.05.2014 - 18:01
annodomini
Till the "The Diarist" I was a big fan of Dark Lunacy. I was moved by their melodies, classical touch and concept. However it seems that they can't pull it another great album without Enomys anymore.

Actually it's very hard to evaluate this album in todays world situation. As a Lithuanian citizen I feel very disturbing when listening to songs about Russia, and especially Red Army choir. Sadly but this won't find a place in my playlist this year.
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