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Ripchord Moksha

by Mystic Frost

Fourteen tracks that range from ass-kicking hard rock to dreamy spoken word music. Hard-hitting lyrics hammered with power-chords into walls of distortion.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Innerface
3:23 $0.99
2. Neutralized
1:32 $0.99
3. Hollow in My Head
2:31 $0.99
4. Nightmare
4:20 $0.99
5. Cruel Kind
2:03 $0.99
6. Golden Cage
2:59 $0.99
7. Psalm of Strife
2:42 $0.99
8. Escape From Reality
2:10 $0.99
9. My Time Has Come
3:12 $0.99
10. Monkey in the Well
2:06 $0.99
11. Learning to Believe
2:19 $0.99
12. Home
3:37 $0.99
13. Brain Dead
2:01 $0.99
14. Blink of An Eye
1:54 $0.99
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Album Notes
How cool is Frost? These guys actually played a concert on the highest plateau in the world - Ladakh in the North Indian Himalayas - in the middle of winter, and more than 10,000 people showed up!!!

Mystic Frost:

Amod - vocals, guitars
Sanjeev - drums
Ram - lead guitars
Anand - bass



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Green Day goes to lunch with Metallica and they all reminisce about The Who
Tired of listening to the same Nickelback, Coldplay, U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Godsmack? Try an indie band from CDBaby. Mystic Frost sounds like a garage version of Audioslave (without the amazing vocals of Chris Cornell) but that is still a huge compliment.

Ronnie S.

India rocks!
The lyrics create intense pictures in your mind almost instantly (every drop of ink injects corrosion in my brain - Neutralized) while showing occassional bursts of profundity (stood right beneath the tree of happiness but I wonder why the smile ran away from my face/ lit the bonfire, dancing round the dreams, sitting on the branches I chopped down the tree). Very progressive compositions and good performance too - as for the Indian accent, I love it (why should everybody sound American? - we have our own dialect of English in India and we're damn proud of it). We love you guys - India rocks!

Olaf Svalstedt, Sweden

Powerful guitars, great lyrics, interesting songs
I met Amod in Stockholm and he showed me the Frost CD. I was pleasantly surprised to hear it and when I read the lyrics it just blew my mind. Man, all the while I had thought that you have to be in America or UK to be able to think great songs in English. I thought that was why they don't have any big rock bands in Sweden. But this CD goes to prove that where you are doesn't matter at all, nor can it be an excuse. This effort by Mystic Frost shows that you can do anything, anywhere. Ripchord Moksha has a wide variety of songs - some are sweet and melodic (Golden cage, Home) whereas others are frenzied and chaotic (Innerface, Brain dead). While the compositions seem to be very well thought about, the guitarist in me wishes that they were longer with more lead guitar playing. Some of the bass parts are also very striking (e.g. the chorus on Hollow in my head) and there are some killer guitar riffs that are also quite original (Cruel Kind, Escape from reality). The album is indeed an inspiration for people who think they are in the wrong place doing the right thing. This group of fine musicians from India show us that the thing to do is get off your ass and do what you like.


Heard the Frost album - AWESOME ! one of the best on CDbaby - ass kicking crunch and intense lyrics too. These guys are from India ? their reviews are intriguing - you gotta have balls to play in the Himalayas. Keep up the good work guys...


I got a chance to see Mystic Frost live in Pune, India, and was pleasantly surpised to see that this Indian band is as professional sounding and well rehearsed as any western band, despite the disadvantage because of their location. I think their music has global appeal because it offers a fresh perspective of the world - it is also very progressive, intelligent and intensely energetic. I strongly recommend it.


Mystic Frost is the creation of Amod Dange and his band. What strikes me most about this wonderful fellow is that he has created this masterpiece inspite of many odds that he had to face. Secondly, the lyrics are intelligent and have a philosophical angle which is consistent with times, not shallow and narrowly context sensual. Thirdly, although it is more like heavy metal and rock combined, some of the numbers are pleasant to listen to - although I like the cacaphony. I have shown this album to many of my friends in US. People have liked it - though spending 10 bucks for an American on an Album by agroup which is unheard of is a bit too much even for a millionaire American. Many of my friends have borrowed this album from me and heard it at length. It is good.

Janic Holmensen

I heard Mystic Frost in concert and they are very energetic on stage. Not many groups (especially from India) play their own music but these guys do. Their singer has a good presence and does his dual job of guitar player and singer very well. The music and lyrics of this band is very interesting and intelligent indeed.

Sergei Kromanov

This album is probably the best work I've heard from an Independent artist. Complete with excellent lyrics, good guitar playing and Amod's rich baritone voice, even the production quality is internationally radio playable. Definitely a good buy.


This album sounds very intense indeed. It is refreshingly sincere - almost innocent with its pure and uncommercial attitude, though I think if it is marketed by a big company it would sell millions. Mystic Frost deserves to be a huge band up there with the big daddies of the West. cheers and kisses - love you guys!

Vasant Bhalwankar

Being a close friend of Amod and Sanjeev I have seen them practicing very hard together & getting it on CD. It's creditable to release an album in country like India where the Rock market is very small. I think you need balls for this. I really appreciate Amod's efforts & I wish him good luck to make "Mystic Frost" a big band in international market.
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