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MOONSPELL - New Lyric Video Premiered Online

Portugal's premiere dark metal band Moonspell premiered online a brand new lyric video for the track "Evento". The track is taken from bands upcoming album entitled 1755, which will be released on 3rd November by Napalm Records.
Vocalist Fernando Ribeiro informs us: "Bury the dead. Take care of the living". Is one of the most famous quote of Marquis of Pombal (Sebastião José Carvalho e Melo), the minister of the King who together with the crowds of Lisbon and his engineers rebuilt a new Lisbon from the ashes and ruins of the old in just one year time. Event talks about fate, a dialogue built between the narration of the day and the state of mind of Lisbon's inhabitants and the all powerful choir telling me to be still and accept God's will. This conflict and the desacralisation of Lisbon is one of the most interesting aspects of this accursed day. A fight that allowed Portugal to step out finally from the Middle Ages and make the country's entry into Enlightenment."
Moonspell's brand new album, 1755, comes and is sung in Portuguese. This record will outclass all standards you have ever heard from Moonspell before! The conceptual album dramaturgy feels like a detonation of the mind. 1755, the 13th studio record by Moonspell, is more than just the band's new magnum opus: It's the musical version of the year of horror where a giant earthquake wrecked their hometown Lisbon. 1755 is a dark adventure in medieval landscapes - emotionally, technically and completely earthshaking! Listen to "Evento" in the player below and over HERE you can still check out previously released track "Todos Os Santos". More album details were published over HERE. Link

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