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Moonspell Streaming New Single "The Last Of Us"

Moonspell's new album "Extinct" is due out March 2015 via Napalm Records and now the band has an advance single out titled "The Last Of Us," which premiered via a radio broadcast but can now be heard in the player below. The band comments:

"Thanks for the huge response to the single, ladies and gents! It's great when you feel you're meaningful to someone, via your own music. That's what connects us, the giving, the taking! Well, nine more songs to be discovered and we do hope to share another track with you guys soon.

"We just thank the chance to reveal our mediabook cover artwork. Hope you dig it, Seth Siro Anton elaborated on this one and so did we and our label Napalm Records. This edition will be a two disc edition, containing the full album, plus bonus songs remixed by our very own Pedro Paix√£o and a full documentary named Road to Extinction which contains not only the making of of the album but as well some scientific context about extinction.

"In the meanwhile, enjoy the cover and for those who miss it you can still listen to The Last of Us radio broadcast below."

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1. Critic writes:

Not a huge Moonspell follower, but WTF was that?????? Why do they sound like H.I.M. now? I'm not sure what they were trying to accomplish by releasing this single, but they sure did leave a negative impression.

It was good for H.I.M., but not for the Moonspell that I know.

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2. RememberMetal? writes:

It's definitely a bit more pop than is typical. That said, it is a single.

Even demonstrably heavy albums from Moonspell like "Memorial", have at least one or two pop songs. "Luna" remains their best (and perhaps only good) pop song to date.

I'm not sure how I feel about this one yet... When you mentioned H.I.M. I expected the lyrics to be patently offensive but they weren't so bad.

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