The EP is a mere three songs, but what "Eternal Oblivion" lacks in length it makes up for in intensity and shear epic power.
|Moonlight Prophecy's Lawrence Wallace|
The title track "Eternal Oblivion" stands apart as it contains vocals, indicating Wallace's ability at traditional song crafting, in addition to pure shredding. It also illustrates his mastery of drums and bass guitar.
The third song "Witch Hunt" is an instrumental masterpiece. After the first listen, I immediately hit repeat and gave it a second go at twice the volume. If ever the need should arise to run through a brick wall, this is the song I would pick to empower me to do so.
Moonlight Prophecy would make an excellent entry into the collection of any guitar aficionado, and perhaps one day we will see Wallace sharing the stage with his predecessors Blackmore, Malmsteen, Satriani, Vai or Li.
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Release date: April 15, 2017
Label: Self released
Genre: Neoclassical Thrash