Check out Mooncry's latest rock video Scylla. Here's what Mooncry had to say when asked:
Where did you get your inspiration for this video?
"For the song and the video, Mooncry found inspiration in literature and captured the story of the “Children Of Judas” with kind approval by author Markus Heitz (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markus_Heitz).
The novel is set in Serbia in the 17th century.
After undergoing a traumatic childhood, the main character Scylla is turned to a vampire against her will and lives on Earth for over 400 years."
More Details MOONCRY – Unique Dark Melodic Metal MOONCRY was found in 2006 in Southern Germany at the Lake Constance. The band creates a special and distinctive sound, which may be described as Dark Melodic Metal or as Symphonic Power Metal with elements of Gothic and Thrash. Powerful heavy guitar riffs with classical orchestral keyboard sound and energetic drumming, frames the melancholic poetries of diversified and powerful male vocals. With its mystic and dark, epic and aggressive, melodic and emotional tunes and lyrics, MOONCRY creates a truly dynamic and touching atmosphere. In 2007 the debut album “Legacy of Hope” was released, in 2010 the 2nd album „Rivers of Heart“. 2011 MOONCRY played at the biggest European metal festival together with bands like Sabaton, Amorphis, Cradle of Filth etc. Also promotion label CMM and its division SAOL became aware of MOONCRY, and the band signed a new distribution deal. In early 2012 the heavy-magazine Stormbringer nominated „Rivers of Heart“ as the best album of 2011, and MOONCRY as surprise of the year 2011. In spring 2012 MOONCRY was tour support for the band Serenity and later MOONCRY was headliner together with the legendary band AXXIS. In 2013 MOONCRY recorded their 3rd Album „A Mirror’s Diary“. With this new CD the band managed to present not only their further musical development by sticking to the path of the previous album, but even enter an absolutely new level of Dark Melodic Metal: More powerful, more epic and more dynamic than ever before. In early 2014 the heavy-magazine Crossfire nominated “A Mirror’s Diary” for rank 3 of the top ten albums of 2013. In April 2014 MOONCRY received the rating for “Masters of Symphonic Metal” and played together with Leaves’ Eyes and Delain at the festival with the same name.
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