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Also known as Morbid God (1989-1992)

Country: Portugal
Label: Napalm Records

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Formed in: 1989

1989-1992Black metal
1993-1995Folk metal
1993-1995Gothic black metal
1996-Gothic metal
2006-2007Symphonic black metal
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1989-  Fernando Ribeiro - vocals
1992-  Pedro Paixão - keyboards, guitars
1995-  Ricardo Amorim - guitars
2003-  Aires Pereira - bass
2020-  Hugo Ribeiro - drums
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1989-1991  Duarte Picoto - guitars
› 1992-1995  -//-
1989-1992  Toureiro - drums
1989-1992  Pedro C. - guitars
1989-1993  Luis Lamelas - guitars
1989-1997  João Pedro - bass
1992-2020  Miguel "Mike" Gaspar - drums
1993-1995  J.M. Tanngrisnir - guitars
1997-2003  Sérgio Crestana - bass
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2008  Anneke Van Giersbergen - vocals
2008-2009  Maxi Nil - vocals
2014  Mariangela Demurtas Amorim - vocals
1993  J. Queiros - keyboards
1993-1994  Sara Carreiras - bisel flute
1994  Antonieta Lopes - vocals
1994  Sara Arega - vocals
1994  Nuno Flores - violin
1995-1996  Birgit Zacher - vocals
› 2006  -//-
1996  Markus "Makka" Freiwald - percussion
2003  Niclas Etelävuori - bass
› 2008  -//-
2006  Waldemar Sorychta - bass
2006  Jirí Valter - vocals
2006  Raimund Gitsels - violins
2008  Anneke Van Giersbergen - vocals
› 2019  -//-
2017  Mariangela Demurtas Amorim - choirs vocals


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"Hermitage is an open-hearted invitation to simplicity. To be humble. To be thankful. To serve you solace. Provide you comfort, entertainment. We sincerely hope this call reaches you. That you kindly accept what we offer. That you take our music with you to the place you must feel as yours. To your secret place, to your hermitage. Blessed be." - Fernando Ribeiro
Review by Dream Taster ››
Moonspell have returned with a concept album sung entirely in Portuguese language and focusing on the massive earthquake that took place in Lisbon in 1755, resulting in a devastating number of human casualties and a city turned to rubble. But you already know all that because the band has made quite an effort to promote these certain traits of their new album and this is called good marketing. The question is if 1755 lives up to the great expectations it created as soon as it was announced.
Review by nikarg ››
I figured Extinct to be one of those albums that offer instant gratification; you know, the one that gets you smiling when you listen to it the first time around, evoking the same emotions over and over on each subsequent visit. Because this album is actually almost that good. But the more I listen to it, the less I can figure out and pinpoint that little something that rubs me the wrong way.
Review by Ivor ››
Moonspell have tried to pull off an Opeth.
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