Swallow The Sun - Moonflowers
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 26 ratings
Liked by 3 people
November 19, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Century Media / Label
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Metal Injection

Moonflowers is less expansive and unpredictable than its predecessor, yes, but it's also more focused and selective. In other words, it feels more poised and urgent, as if it has a clearer purpose that needs to be delivered as economically and pointedly as possible.

Never heard of this band or what they do.
Albert plays the album.
Albert hears beautiful music.
Album suddenly becomes metal with growls.
Albert even enjoys it more.
Albert gives positive score.

This is basically epic doom metal with some orchestration that idk if it's live or programmed, but it sounds good enough.
Very well-crafted album. Not 100% my kind of doom metal, but very enjoyable, give it a listen.
Moonflowers Bloom In Misery - 4/5
Enemy - 5/5 ❤
Woven Into Sorrow - 5/5 ❤
Keep Your Heart Safe From Me - 4/5
All Hallows' Grieve (feat. Cammie Gilbert) - 4/5
The Void - 4/5
The Fight Of Your Life - 4/5
This House Has No Home - 3/5
Album cover is something really important for me, sure it doesnt really directly make the sounds better but having a nice one really make you wanna listen to the album more. When i was trying to find some cool albums to listen to,i found this. I wasnt planning on this to this but the album cover look soooooooooooo good, by far the most beautiful cover i have seen this year. I just went to listen to it immediately without knowing who is Swallow The Sun, what genres are the album, all i know is ... read more
Good soup
Favorita: Enemy
Swallow the Sun - Moonflowers

Genre: Doom Metal
Country: Finland

Final Verdict: 90% (Perfect Album)
Yearly Ranking: 6th / 954

Highlight: (all added to my 2021 best of)
All Hallows' Grieve
The Void

Made me think of:
Marianas Rest
The Answer lies in the Black Void
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Added on: August 5, 2021