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  1. Faetaxe
    With this progression of sound in mind, The Butterfly Effect is an excellent place to get acquainted with Moonspell, as it has shades of their earlier Goth roots mixed with the heavier and more mainstream elements that would become typical of their later albums. The Butterfly Effect is a very eclectic album, having tracks consumed by rage and spotted with black metal growls next to more laid back and melancholy tracks containing mostly clean vocals/5(29).
  2. Kegar
    With this progression of sound in mind, The Butterfly Effect is an excellent place to get acquainted with Moonspell, as it has shades of their earlier Goth roots mixed with the heavier and more mainstream elements that would become typical of their later albums. The Butterfly Effect is a very eclectic album, having tracks consumed by rage and spotted with black metal growls next to more laid back and melancholy tracks containing mostly clean vocals/5(28).
  3. Gushakar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Butterfly Effect on Discogs. Label: Century Media - • Format: CD Album • Genre: Rock • Style: Goth Rock, Death Metal, Doom Metal Moonspell: The Butterfly Effect ‎ (CD, Album, Dig) Century Media: /5(26).
  4. Galabar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Butterfly Effect on Discogs. Label: Century Media - • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Black Metal, Goth Rock. Moonspell: The Butterfly Effect ‎ (CD, Album) Century Media: /5(7).
  5. Fenrirg
    Portugal's Moonspell has quickly evolved into one of the major players in the European goth-metal scene, and their fourth album, The Butterfly Effect, finds them pushing the boundaries of metal into strange and exciting new directions. Led by vocalist Fernando Ribeiro's breathy baritone, the group could be likened to a European Type O Negative but with a greater talent for genre-bending experimentation.6/
  6. Kagaramar
    MOONSPELL - The Butterfly Effect / Digipak CD Recorded at London's Trident Studios in , MOONSPELL's fourth album, The Butterfly Effect, saw the band follow more experimental paths after their impactful beginnings in gothic metal. Influenced by industr.
  7. Samuzragore
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Butterfly Effect on Discogs. Label: Century Media - • Format: CD Album • Genre: Rock • Style: Goth Rock, Death Metal, Doom Metal Moonspell: The Butterfly Effect ‎ (CD, Album 4/5(26).
  8. Malagor
    The Butterfly Effect is the fourth studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell, released in , inspired by chaos theory. The album is characterised by a more experimental approach than their previous material, incorporating many elements of electronic music and industrial metal. The music is composed primarily by the band’s keyboardist, Pedro Paixão. "Tired" samples Mozart's Requiem.

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