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Mysteria Maxima Music

Mysteria Maxima Music

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MOANA - The Cultess     Rock, Goth, Metal, Psychedelic 28/05/2019
Dark Psychedelic Art-Rock.
'The Cultess’ is the third single from MOANA’s highly- anticipated debut album due for release later this year. The single and accompanying music video sees Moana expand into heavier, dirtier territory.

The track is sludgy, grungy, dark and seductive mixing elements of art-rock, metal and doom you’re left dripping in something mystical, explosive and down right sexy.

Selfless Orchestra - Eden Is Lost     Rock, Instrumental 14/03/2019
SELFLESS creates spaces where hope and despair co-exist. Their performances are a unique experience aimed to educate and encourage audiences to take constructive direct action for issues that truly matter.
From ‘Great Barrier’ an audio-visual immersive performance work by Selfless Orchestra that poetically investigates the story of humanity’s relationship to the world’s largest living entity and Australia’s gratest natural treasure: the Great Barrier Reef.

Moana - Sister Winter     Rock, Psychedelic, Goth, Experimental 30/11/2018
Dark Psychedelic Art-Rock.
The second single from MOANA's debut album. 'Sister Winter' is an atmospheric journey through the landscapes of dark-art-rock.

Moana - Dracula     Rock, Goth, Grunge 06/10/2018
Avant-garde art rock outfit edging around something otherworldly. Shamanic poetry with psychedelic melodies, grungy guitar and propulsive rhythms, Moana crafts pagan prayers set to the heartbeat of the world.
The song was inspired by Bram Stoker's novel but it's also about the idea of things that seduce you in life that you maybe get lost in. The idea of something draining you in life and you don't realise until later that it was – kind of like being a victim of a vampire.