Moonlight Worship

An Album By

Quest for Serenity

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Moonlight Worship’s music is a lot like an extreme winter blizzard. Like that feeling you have as you seek shelter in the midst of a winter storm, this album works to bring you to a place of peace in the midst of chaos. (Lyrically, this project is about someone dealing with emotional issues, so I felt the atmosphere was right on for that subject.) The atmospheric unblack sound is a unique thing — such dark sounds without the true darkness of evil behind it. This album is cold and unrelenting. It is intense and hypnotic. It is most definitely not for everyone.

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