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- Queen Of Time
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- I Loved You At Your Darkest
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UNSHINE - New Album Out Soon, Details Revealed

Finnish female fronted post//folk/doom metallers Unshine will release on 19th January through Rockshots Records their new album entitled Astrala. The sign of a truly special band is that they transcend their own influences to create their own unique sound. Druid metal!
Band comments about the album: "Unshine has always been a band without the traditional role models. The most important thing in a song is the melody. Sounds and rhythms create the overall atmosphere, but the melody wakes up the whole ancient story in it to life. Secondly, it all starts from the nature and it all will end to the nature. This cuts through all aspects of our music. It echoes from those landscapes the modern world has almost totally abandoned and forgotten. The songs try to re-unite the old bonds between the dolmen gods and the digitized mankind. Nature is not our enemy; it's our physical, but especially our spiritual home. That's why we call our music druid metal."
Inspired by artists as diverse as Enslaved, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Tangerine Dream and Iron Maiden, guitarist Harri describes their sound as "Finnish druid and folk metal". With a long history of recording and playing behind them, Unshine are super-stoked about the released of their new album Astrala, which is inspired by the invisible side of the Earth. The first five album songs address the manifestations of Astrala and the last five songs describe travels to Astrala. The album has a touch of Nordic melancholy written all over it, also in the lyrics, and it includes music meant to create landscapes and themes from folk stories, mythology and nature religions, but also to present personal views describing the spiritual meaning of a forest as a cultural concept. Check out the album video teaser with snippets of each track in the player below. Link