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MOONSPELL - To Re-Release The Butterfly Effect, Presents Reaction Video

Portuguese dark/gothic metal masters Moonspell, who will tomorrow (7th August) re-release their controversial fourth album, The Butterfly Effect, via Napalm Records, have posted online a reaction video of how their charismatic frontman Fernando Ribeiro reacts to the original "The Butterfly Effect" music video.

On the occasion of the much anticipated re-release of Moonspell’s 1999 divisive masterpiece The Butterfly Effect, Fernando Ribeiro, the band’s lead singer, sat down to rewatch the title track video (directed by Andreas Marschall) and to guide us through the video making of, song visual meaning and the interesting ties with today’s state of the pandemic world. Watch the reaction video in the player below.

Recorded at London's Trident Studios in 1999, Moonspell's fourth album, The Butterfly Effect, saw the band follow more experimental paths after their impactful beginnings in gothic metal. Influenced by industrial elements of the nineties, this full-length release from the Portuguese pioneers captivates with down-tuned guitars, an electronic veil of ghostly synths and the concept of the scientific chaos theory, proclaiming that even the smallest events in life can lead to tremendous consequences. With The Butterfly Effect, Moonspell delivered some of the most courageous and exploratory songs of their career. Link

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