Demians Album Details
2010-05-16 by Whispered4tw | 9 Comments
Brainchild behind the French progressive rock band Demians, Nicolas Chapel, has announced his new upcoming album.

The new Demians record, entitled "Mute", comes out June 28th on Inside Out Music, distributed by EMI Music.

"Mute" contains nine songs that range from raw Alternative to orchestral parts and poetic sounds, but the focus is always on the song. "I wanted the record to reflect my strengths as well as my weaknesses, so it doesn't sound as pleasing and nice as the first record did. I tracked almost everything just with one or two takes for each instrument and vocals, keeping the rawness and sometimes even the mistakes just to confront myself to who I really am", Nicolas reveals.

"Swing Of The Airwaves" is a song that deals with the idea that every human is an antenna, receiving and transmitting information throughout his life, making everyone unique and yet a part of the world. "Feel Alive“ deals with the numbness, and the anger of wasting your time because of something out of your control. "One of the songs I'm most proud of is called "Hesitation Waltz“, a huge crescendo starting from very quiet vocals and drums, and ending in a wall of guitar feedbacks with pounding drums until the very end. It's my way of putting in a song all the everyday noise everyone experiences, human contact slowly disappearing from everyday's life. I hope that while listening to this record, people will mute the noise of the outside world and find some sincerity back".

The album includes the following tracks:
1. Swing Of The Airwaves
2. Feel Alive
3. Porcelain
4. Black Over Gold
5. Overhead
6. Tidal
7. Rainbow Ruse
8. Hesitation Waltz
9. Falling From The Sun Stay

The cover art and an edited version of 'Swing of The Airwaves' are uploaded on his myspace.

www.myspace.com/demiansmusic
Tagged: Demians

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Whispered4tw
May 17th 2010
621 Comments


Too bad this guy is dropping the synths entirely on this album. I love Earth so much because of it and hoped to see more songs with that vibe.

Not saying the new track isn't totally awesome though! Can't wait for 'Mute'.

thecheatisnotdead
May 17th 2010
704 Comments


Been meaning to check out Building an Empire for awhile...

cb123
May 17th 2010
2030 Comments


cant wait to hear this, building an empire was awesome

AnotherBrick
May 17th 2010
9771 Comments


holy shit. finally a 2010 release that i am really fucking stoked about. AOTY

MorningView425
May 18th 2010
162 Comments


i dug the first album, and i'm really excited about this one...but in every interview and statement chapel comes across as a giant douche.

AnotherBrick
July 3rd 2010
9771 Comments


the new album is pretty sweet

Ghostechoes
July 3rd 2010
1353 Comments


Man, I hope this is as good or better than Building An Empire; I love that album.


AnotherBrick
July 3rd 2010
9771 Comments


its out already. i dont think its better then Building an Empire but its totally worth a listen

Obfuscation24
July 3rd 2010
3939 Comments


Ahh I love 2010



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