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Mo'ynoq 'Dreaming in a Dead Language' Self-released January 11, 2019 Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

Mo'ynoq

Dreaming in a Dead Language

Self-released

January 11, 2019

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio 

 

Hailing from the unlikely area of Raleigh, North Carolina, Mo'ynoq deliver classic black metal with their debut LP Dreaming in a Dead Language.  Mo'ynoq consists of Devin Janus (bassist/vocalist), Logan Holloway (guitarist/ vocalist), Donald Boyd (guitarist/vocalist), Justin Valletta (drummer), and a guest appearance of pianist Andy Townsend.

“The Collector” has a surreal doom sounding instrumentation that then roars to life like a beast. Then you have a hint of thrash thrown into “These Once Tranquil Grounds.” Mo'ynoq clearly displays their interest in the more brutal side of things which bring this American black metal outfit closer to their European counterparts. Although the delivery is a bit shaky, they have a clear creative/ideological vision and direction with an underground quality and sincerity to their work. The piano work on “Doomed to Endure” is stunning and adds a vampiric effect.

Mo'ynoq offer a different kind of black metal, sometimes fast and aggressive, and sometimes slower and more melancholic. They have prepared an interesting and well achieved underground black metal debut. 

https://www.facebook.com/moynoq/

https://moynoq.bandcamp.com/

https://youtu.be/x8equQ8JSCo

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