Original Portuguese version at Sound(/)Zone.
» For the first time in Portugal, MOONSORROW delivered one of those shows that only pagan bands can: belligerent rhythms and ferocious screams, mottled with “blood” and their heads in spinning mode. Energy all the way.
Looking at the setlist and seeing just five titles may look weak to those who don’t know the band. But whoever is familiar with MOONSORROW‘s epic tracks, whose average length is about ten minutes, knew that a rich hour laid ahead.
“Varjoina kuljemme kuolleiden maassa” is already from 2011, so the band went through their discography instead of focusing in the latest work – although they skipped “V: Hävitetty”, since the latter has only two half-an-hour songs. But they played “Taistelu Pohjolasta”, featured in the EP “Tulimyrsky” and originally in a 1999 demo (“Tämä ikuinen talvi”). They said goodbye with “Kuolleiden Maa”, and both the band and the crowd beamed with satisfaction. «