Luna are a 1 man band from Ukraine that plays a very atmospheric and symphonic form of funeral doom/death metal and this is a review of his 2014 album "Ashes to Ashes" which was released by Solitude Productions.
Dark sounding symphonic synths start off the album and they also use a variety of many different sounding keys and after a couple of minutes the music starts going for a more heavier and atmospheric direction as well adding in the doom metal sounds and there is also a great amount of melody being used throughout this 55 minute long song.
As the song progresses it starts going for a more melodic funeral doom metal sound and it sticks to a slow musical direction from beginning to end as well as having a symphonic sounding background and after 34 minutes of being all instrumental tribal elements, demonic growling vocals and drones become a part of the song briefly while the music remains true to a funeral doom/dearth metal direction and then the music also goes back to being all instrumental and during the last 5 minutes of the song melodic guitar leads are added into the music.
Luna creates a very long and dark 55 minute epic song with this album bringing a more symphonic, melodic and atmospheric take on funeral doom/death metal while still having the heaviness this genre is known for and he sticks to mostly an instrumental direction with only a few seconds of growls and the production sounds very dark, powerful and heavy sounding.
In my opinion Luna are a very great sounding atmospheric and symphonic funeral doom/death metal project and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. 8 out of 10.