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Moonblood is undoubtedly one of the most interesting and mysterious German Black Metal bands. To read a Moonblood interview is rare, because the dark souls of Moonblood quit doing interviews in 1995 because of the "total commercial attack towards the underground scene! The best way to stay underground is not to appear anywhere!!"

Moonblood is no longer. The band began in 1993 with Darkthrone and Bathory influences, but it seems that the millenium ended the band's collaboration.

Moonblood always worked for the limitation of their releases. As the band was exceedingly productive, the vast range of their works are available only as rehearsals or ultra limited LP and Cassettes. The last work to be released is from End All Life, on LP and released in 100 units. No CD, no represses, and is sold out forever.

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In addition to their official releases, Moonblood has over 20 rehearsal tapes comprising a total of 200-300 songs.

No contact is available for Moonblood.

Some of their materials were available through Sombre Records.
c/o Marcel Spaller
Wiesenweg 13
09456 Midenau

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