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It is wonderfully comprised of brooding yet beautiful strings, percussion, keyboard work, and tolling bells.
Well fiends, Nox Arcana maestros William Piotrowski and Joseph Vargo have created just such place with the release of their album Darklore Manor.
Much more so than the "creepy sounds" CD (which, don't get me wrong, was very good... this is just much better).
The best music to have for Halloween and for a haunted house we doPublished 18 hours ago by Jack berlin
Nox Arcana is always amazing! Any of their music is an excellant choice. Every album is better than the last.Published 6 months ago by ThatNerdGirl
This CD is less mysterious than others but still requires some thought into it's mystery to be made visible to the aware mind. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Marzique
I have a bit of a hard time rating this CD. I have 5 Midnight Syndicate CDs and 5 or 6 Nox Arcana CDs (for those who do not know, the reason I mention those two groups is because... Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Fleming
This is one for the goth lover in you,all cathedrals and Edgar alan poe under the bed,great creepy,spooky gothic,twisted nursery rhyme type of stuffPublished 14 months ago by vincent j robertson
I got this for Halloween--I wanted to have some good background music. I don't think it's quite as good as some other selections for Halloween, but on the other hand, I don't... Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by ut158
I've been trying to round out my Nox Arcana collection so I decided to go back to the very beginning and buy Darklore Manor. Read morePublished on July 27, 2010 by Brian Nallick
Reviewed By: Josh Haney
Originally Appearing In Hacker's Source Magazine Issue #22
Every town has a house of legend,... Read more
Darklore Manor features very good dark music. If I remember accurately, much of this music is relatively quiet with the slight ringing of bells or chimes, which is great for... Read morePublished on November 13, 2009 by Reid M. Wilson