Darkness and Hope

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Darkness and Hope
Studio album by Moonspell
Released 18 September 2001
Genre Gothic metal
Length 45:02
Label Century Media
Producer Hiili Hiilesmaa
Moonspell chronology
The Butterfly Effect
(2000)
Darkness and Hope
(2001)
The Antidote
(2003)
Singles from Darkness and Hope
  1. "Nocturna"
    Released: 2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Darkness and Hope is the fifth studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band, Moonspell, released in 2001.

Several different versions were released, with different bonus tracks. One version contained "Os Senhores Da Guerra", originally by Madredeus, the second featured "Mr. Crowley", originally by Ozzy Osbourne. Another version had a cover of Joy Division's "Love Will Tear Us Apart" as the bonus track.

Artwork[edit]

The cover of the album features the "Moonspell trident" designed by a Polish artist, Wojciech Blasiak. The sign, later refined in The Antidote's artwork, became recognizable as a symbol of the band.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Darkness and Hope"   04:46
2. "Firewalking"   03:05
3. "Nocturna"   03:52
4. "Heartshaped Abyss"   04:08
5. "Devilred"   03:25
6. "Ghostsong"   04:21
7. "Rapaces"   05:31
8. "Made of Storm"   04:09
9. "How We Became Fire"   05:47
10. "Than the Serpents in My Hands"   05:58
Total length:
45:02
Limited edition bonus tracks
No. Title Length
11. "Os senhores da guerra" (Madredeus cover) 06:31
12. "Mr. Crowley" (Ozzy Osbourne cover) 04:30
Total length:
56:03

Credits[edit]

Band members[edit]

  • Fernando Ribeiro - vocals
  • Sérgio Crestana - bass
  • Miguel Gaspar - drums
  • Pedro Paixão - keyboards
  • Ricardo Amorim - guitars

Additional personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Wojtek Blasiak - artwork
  • Paulo Moreira - photography, layout
  • Mika Jussila - mastering
  • Hiili Hiilesmaa - producer, mixing
  • Adriano Esteves - layout

References[edit]