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Release date: 2002
Style: Progressive metal, Melodic death metal

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8.7 | 23 votes

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22 have it
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01. Fantasy
02. The Sceptic Traveller
03. Ride On Ice Storms
04. A Tale From A Fantastic Kingdom
05. The Autumn's Freezing Harmony
06. From Honour To Nothingness
07. Progressive Darkness

Top 20 albums of 2002: 9

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Additional info
Re-released worldwide under Escapi Records in 2004, with different cover-art

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor

Rating:
9.5
The Canadian province of Quebec is the land of several excellent Death Metal bands such as Cryptopsy and Kataklysm. Now you can extend that list to another pearl, Moonlyght. But unlike the aforementioned bands, the musicians from Moonlyght play a complex progressive mix of Melodic Death, Black, Folk, Gothic even Power Metal with a large symphonic component, which so far was why a band like Vintersorg topped lots of other bands. Moonlyght is another serious challenger to doing that and the well-entitled debut-album "Progressive Darkness" is there to prove me right.

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published 28.02.2004 | Comments (4)

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Hex_Omega Underrated and Overlooked Albums  | #182
MétalNoir Top 20 Folk Metal Albums  | #3
Urs Blank Urs' Top 10 Of 2002  | #8
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Atrus - 26.02.2013 at 02:04  
Rating: 10 EPIC album
chrisscrewball - 12.07.2014 at 23:12  
Rating: 9 I really like this, it's good all the way through. Definitely at least a nine. Has the cool parts of power metal without being overly cheesy (but borders on it so be careful if you despise power metal). Lots of harsh vocals really help to even out the power metally parts. They drummer hits the cymbals a bit more than average which I'm a big fan of. It reminds me a bit of their fellow Quebecians (?) Quo Vadis who released Day Into Night in 2000 (also an amazing album). If you like symphonic metal you will definitely get into this. I easily like this more than Haggard although it's quite a different kind of symphonic metal, it's much more upbeat. There's a prominent folky element and a lot of parts that remind me of of Mabool by Orphaned Land which came out in 2004. I wouldn't be surprised if they were inspired in some way by this album. There is plenty of eclectic instrumentation going on and a female vocalist adds a nice variety to a few tracks. Thanks to the 20 people who got this into the top albums list.

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