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Red Moon Architect




Finland - Active.

Description

Death/Doom

Red Moon Architect began as the solo project of Saku Moilanen, but as of 2015, has expanded to a full band of five members. Their style consists of dreamy, melodic death/doom metal that takes after the refined style of modern Finnish bands like Swallow the Sun, Insomnium, and Black Sun Aeon. Ultra deep chords, atmospheric keys, cavernous grunts, and morose female singing create a dark, yet ethereal listen. They could also be akin to a heavier, less symphonic Shape of Despair.

The band describe themselves as: "Red Moon Architect is a melodic doom metal band originating from Finland’s gloomiest town, Kouvola. Their debut album ‘Concealed Silence’ saw the daylight in October 2012 and was greeted with excitement among metal fans all around the world. Red Moon Architect’s second album ’Fall’ was released in March 2015 via Playground Music. They have since gained a strong following in the metal community and have performed at Finland’s legendary Tuska Festival and played shows with Finland’s top metal acts such as Amorphis, Moonsorrow, Barren Earth and Wolfheart.
Red Moon Architect’s strength is diversity. The music is very dark and slow doom metal with strong guitars and low grunts but appeals to a wider audience with strong melodies and beautiful female vocals."

Discography

Concealed Silence2012Inverse RecordsCD
Fall2015Playground MusicCD
Return of the Black Butterflies2017Inverse RecordsCD

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