The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud ‎– The Smell Of Blood But Victory



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February 29, 2016
referencing The Smell Of Blood But Victory, 2xCD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Unofficial, TGLR04

Mmh there is a nice misprint on the cover - not on the back but on the "edge". It is written "The Smell of Blood and Victory"...


April 10, 2004
referencing The Smell Of Blood But Victory, CD, Album + CD, Maxi + Box, Ltd, ART 11, ART 11 CD

The definitive work of The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud. Symphonic strata of orchestral samples, beating martial rhythms and haunting chants evocate a very frightening vision of war and destruction. Track 02 is the one which will be reworked and used by Albin Julius with his solo project Der Blutharsch as the famous "God Punish England". CD 2 includes one of the best tracks ever by the band: it is about the madness of nazi SS commander Heinrich Himmler and the music is a powerful Wagnerian orchestration which would be worth of the best Laibach and Autopsia. The final track is a beautiful 14 minutes loops created using a sample from Prokofiev's "Alexander Nievski". A real masterpiece.