The Moor is a metal band with a collective approach from Northern Italy, the Venetian countryside precisely.
Since their inception, The Moor has consistently incorporated sounds from progressive and more aggressive metal influences into their compositions making for a very compelling end product; yet all the time with a melodic metal outlook.
The critically acclaimed, Lion Music-issued Year Of The Hunger dropped in 2012, followed by few gigs in the UK, including a show at The Underworld in Camden town.
2014 saw the release of The Castaway single, featuring Bjorn Speed Strid from Soilwork on vocals.
After this, the band took it to the next level in 2018 and delivered their independently sophomore studio long-player “Jupiter’s Immigrants” where they defined their metal roots and signature sound, forged at Studio Fredman by Fredrik Nordström.
The album features important guest as Mikael Stanne from Dark Tranquillity and Niklas Isfeldt from Dream Evil.
The Moor sound explores a mix of progressive metal, electronica, and melodic death metal influences.
New music is going to see the light in 2021.