I like concept albums
I might have to give this another jam. I remember thinking it ruled.
Then this is for you my friend. I wish I would have taken the time to post all the lyrics, but I still can. They're really easy for me to decipher, looking at it objectively. But let me know if I can clarify any lyrics for you or if I should just post them.
Following Animals above quote, the lyrics go:
Chest and Heads always in confidence
The men of Faaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmeeee
Sounds so Chuck.
Cpt you should figure out a way to get decent physical copies of this. I'd buy one.
Thanks KJ, I appreciate that. I've been told by many the same thing. It would be a task though because first I would need to get more legal permission from the artist to distribute his artwork. And actually that would be the main obstacle besides the cost and time it would to organize something like that. I never did because I figured, although some would want to buy, there may not be enough for the minimum pressing number. Also not sure how many would want a CD vs Vinyl.
And not sure if you were aware but there's a free digital download on my bandcamp site btw.
So you're saying the legal fees of having attorneys create such documents would be too expensive basically?
And yeah I did know, thanks bro...there's just something about having physical copies of a record that I like.
I understand. I'll definitely make an announcement if that ever happens. And yes, legal fees ect. I already have permission from the artist to use his art but I would need a different type of permission to sell my albums using his art. I could always do my own art and sell it that way but the original art is liked so much I wouldn't want to change it. Its more of a hassle than anything else and I just like to keep things very simple whenever possible but things change so you never know.
Album Rating: 5.0
ah, i understand that mythology but was unaware of the intentional reference; makes it all the more intriguing. deep shvt man
Digging: Bowery Electric - Beat
Album Rating: 5.0
and yeah i thought I'd see more of it, the lyrics + the timing of how they flow with the music is extremely badass
Yeah bro I try to work with different themes. In all actuality this album covers a lot of stories of early man, the supposed flood that wiped out mankind, demonic fall and separation. Actually the song called 'Profusion' is another wood for flood. That's why I named it that.
Did you also notice on the first track 'The Dent in the Pan', that there's a dialogue that comes in during the clean section at 1:55. Here's the dialogue, it was actually Adam talking to Cain and Abel:
Adam: Come here my son
Abel, and you, Cain
I remember when you were both children
Your faces were so beautiful
I want to tell you something
Abel: Yes Dad what is it?
Adam: Life wasn't the way it was supposed to be
This is not where we came from son
You must both remember my words
Grow up and live, and learn
Do not forgot the things you remembered when you were young
But I tried to take care of you(starts crying which was me actually crying when I recorded it, they were real tears and sobs)
Abel: What's wrong dad?
It will be ok dad
I won't forget dad
Cain: I won't forget either
The reason why the song was called 'The Dent in the Pan' was because, according to the story, all of mankind had to suffer from the choice Adam made.
I should also make a not that this album is by no means a religious album lol. It's more of a narrative of a story in my own words/rendition; which I like to do with different stories from time to time, besides my other writing like science fiction, reality, personal experiences, ect.
But yes, Animals, you're making me want to take the time to write everything out now which I kind of regret not doing. But I can still make it happen.
Album Rating: 5.0
that makes sense. i understood it in a light sense upon hearing it, but your revealing that the meaning is more intricate than I thought.
fvk bro now it anit kvlt anymor cvz i cant create the imagry for myself fvk insta 2
2 it hard bro
I 5 shit I haven't even listened to. stay kvlt.
Those recent two releases 'Approaching' and 'Episode 1: Exude' will be the absolute last of this soft writing that I've been doing lately. To clarify, I've learning a lot about myself throughout the years. I like bm and dm, those are my two favorite genres. I may even like bm more than dm, I'm not sure, mainly because of the emotion and atmosphere. Because of this I only have plans to write bm music and maybe a few dm tracks. When I go back and listen to my previous songs I've done I always like the bm inspired ones the most. I'm already working on new material. And I'm trying to make that material stuff that I personally want to listen to regularly. My goal after that is to take everything I've done before that's not bm and find a way to integrate into my bm writings without losing the heart and soul of what makes bm so special to me. I'm really exciting about it. Even though you like 'Episode 1: Exude' as much or more than Black Horse Plague, I personally consider Black Horse Plague to be my personal favorite. With Proverbial coming in second. Other than that, I haven't really been too satisfied with my work, mainly because most of the other work is missing too much bm. Even Proverbial has some bm vibes which I really like about it. It's like black death if you will. Don't get me wrong, I like some of the techniques in Exude but when I go back on listen to it I don't feel that satisfied, its missing atmosphere, metal dynamics, ect. Even the closing track Like Endless Waters could have been much darker for my liking but I made it that way so that it fits the context of the album. There's no regrets in my work, mainly its a good eye opener to what I really like and enjoy creating the most. Hope that makes sense.
I makes perfect sense. you're the man captain. make what you love, love what you make, and make love.
make love 
can't wait for your material, gonna rule HARD