|1||Mark Of The Dead|
|3||Horn Of The Ram|
|4||Calling All Demons|
|5||The Bastard In Me|
|HS23-LP||Moonless||Calling All Demons (LP, Album)||Hjernespind||HS23-LP||Denmark||2011|
|none||Moonless||Calling All Demons (6xFile, FLAC, Album)||Doomentia Records||none||Europe||2012|
|HS23-LP||Moonless||Calling All Demons (LP, Album)||Hjernespind||HS23-LP||Denmark||2012|
|none||Moonless||Calling All Demons (CD, Album, Ltd, Dig)||Doomentia Records||none||Czech Republic||2012|
|none||Moonless||Calling All Demons (6xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Doomentia Records||none||Europe||2012|
released March 16, 2012. rock doom stoner Denmark. If you like MOONLESS, you may also like: The Wall by Various Artists. This heavy-metal re-envisioning of Pink Floyd's magnum opus features contributions from the Melvins, Pallbearer, ASG, and many more.
Calling All Demons by Moonless from the album Calling All Demons Released 2013-04-12 on Doomentia Records. There’s worse places to start, than to play your debut show opening for Japanese serial-killer obsessed CHURCH OF MISERY.
This album has an average beat per minute of 145 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 94/184 BPM). Tracklist Calling All Demons.
referencing Calling All Demons, CD, Album, Promo, none. Moonless in no small part owe their sound to Glenn and Danzig, opener "Mark Of The Dead" could easily fool you being a long lost gem by the Evil Elvis and his crew of misfits - suitably twisted guitars, blues-on-steroids rhythm and that deep voice that sounds like you-know-who's.
7 years ago 7 years ago. Rock. Seems a little quiet over here. Moonless Interview by Mike Dinvald from WRUW radio in Cleveland.
Album Name Calling All Demons. Labels Self-Released. Members owning this album3. 3. Horn of the Ram. 4. Calling All Demons. 5. The Bastard in Me. 6. Midnight Skies. Other productions from Moonless.
Album · 2012 · 6 Songs. See All. Of Things Seen and Unseen.
Moonless is a doomrock band from Copenhagen/Elsinore. In the last two years Moonless have dominated the almost non-existent stoner scene in Denmark, supporting legendary bands such as Saint Vitus, Pentagram and Church of Misery. Their main influence, is Black Sabbath and many other heavy rock bands from the 70'ties, so expect a worship of the heavy riff, slow groove, and to get blown away. Yes nothing on this album is new but it all sounds so fresh, so dynamic and so amazingly infectious. Most of this comes from incredible riff after incredible riff, most of which sound like they were pulled from an unreleased Black Sabbath album. Calling All Demons, Moonless. Used drive : Optiarc DVD RW AD-7243S Adapter: 3 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.