At Tragic Heights 6'51
Night Eternal 4'09
Shadow Sun 4'24
Scorpion Flower 4'33
Moon In Mercury 4'22
Hers Is The Twilight 4'53
Dreamless (Lucifer And Lilith) 5'16
Spring Of Rage 4'04
First Light 5'43
Age Of Mothers 5'42
Scorpion Flower (Dark Lush Cut) con Orchestra Mortua 4'36
Scorpion Flower (The Feeble Cut) con F.E.V.E.R 3'57
Night Eternal is the ninth full-length album by the Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell.
MEMORIAL hit right on target in 2006. That masterpiece was not only received with open arms in their native land, where it provided MOONSPELL a number one chart position and a gold album as well as knighting them as best Portuguese band at the MTV Europe Music Awards. Abroad critics and fans were equally enthused, which among other praise awarded MEMORIAL the title of Album of the Month in Metal Hammer Germany and their first ever show at the prolific Wacken Open Air.
NIGHT ETERNAL will follow up on this success. MOONSPELL have by no means rested on their laurels, but dared another step into a new dimension. While they have chose their old friend Waldemar Sorychta, who has always warranted for an acclaimed album, for the pre-production in Lisbon, the actual recording and mixing took place in the renowned Antfarm Studio of top-producer Tue Madsen. The powerful, yet transparent and organic sound justifies that decision by any means. At the same time it is not the Portuguese´s first excursion to Aarhus. The re-recordings of their early works under the name UNDER SATANAE (2007) took also place under the direction of Tue Madsen. That return to their roots has effected MOONSPELL like a rejuvenating potion leading them to rediscover their origins, which are diversely displayed in the first two singles from the album: “Scorpion Flower” and the title track “Night Eternal”.
MOONSPELL have once again re-discovered themselves and still found a way back to their roots. All of these elements are also represented on the bonus-track “Age of Mothers”, which will only be available in the limited first-edition of NIGHT ETERNAL Act fast, because life is short, but this album will very much help to enjoy it.