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MOONLOOP

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal • Spain


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MOONLOOP is a Spanish progressive metal/ rock act formed in 2001 in Barcelona. The band's name comes from the PORCUPINE TREE song "Moonloop". MOONLOOP released several demos and singles before releasing their self-produced full-length studio album "Release from Duality" in 2005. MOONLOOP consists of Eric Baule on Vocals/ Guitar/ Keyboards, Juan José Martín on Guitar, Raúl Payán on Drums and Vic on Bass. MOONLOOP mix progressive death metal with psychadelic/ atmospheric progressive rock. OPETH and PORCUPINE TREE are obvious references.

MOONLOOP´s inclusion in the Prog Archives database was approved by the Progressive Metal Team.

( Biography written by UMUR)

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Deeply From the EarthDeeply From the Earth
Listenable Records 2012
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Release from Duality
2005
3.75 | 3 ratings
Deeply from the Earth
2012

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Things Can Change
2002
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Deceiving Time/Release from Duality
2004
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True Nature Revealed
2007

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3.75 | 3 ratings

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Deeply from the Earth
Moonloop Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by seventeas

4 stars Do not be deceived by the Porcupine Tree comparisons, this is definitely a metal band, very much in the Opeth mould. Although I'm not a huge fan of the 'growling' vocals of this type of music, in this case it does not detract from the quality of the playing on this album. This is a very good prog metal album and I can heartily recommend it. There are some occasional 'lighter' moments to alleviate the metal, but not too many to put off any metal fan. The standard of the playing is really good throughout the album, with the twin guitars really giving it a lot of punch.

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