|New Vildhjarta Track|
2013-09-09 by Ecksavie | 13 Replies | 978 Views
There has been some radio silence concerning Vildhjarta's upcoming EP Thousand of Evils, but Heavy Blog is Heavy have just posted an article on a new track named 'Dimman' (apparently the Swedish word for mist), that has surfaced on the web.
The song was posted on YouTube by a user called 'Thallkenbrack', who claims that he had gotten the green light to post it by a guitarist of the band. He goes on to make several more suggestive comments about the meaning of the track and its surfacing, but it's still unclear whether this is a hoax or some clever marketing ploy.
Either way, the track seems to be a return to their instrumental sound, in the style of their first EP, but with some acoustic lines thrown in.
It can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5CZcYNsC0g#t=86
Song was pretty good, kind of an awkward transition though.
Digging: Ghoul Abdul - Surface Breaks
always liked these guys more than meshuggah.
I don't know how that works.
You like them more than Meshuggah? That's interesting...can't say I agree with that at all, but definitely an interesting opinion.
This is a pretty solid track, though. I think they are one of the few really good 'djent' band, if that is even a real genre.
Digging: Death Grips - Government Plates
THALL THALL THALL THALL THALL THALL
Was good until the distortion kicked in
Digging: Kendrick Lamar - good kid, m.A.A.d city
they're kinda mixing it up (for them anyway). Plus, the actual djent chugging and whatnot is like fast food: enjoyable, but I don't want it all the time.
Digging: Neil Davidge - Halo 4 Original Soundtrack
nice. different but decent, shitty transition lol
Where are the fookin' vocals dammit
Digging: Anamanaguchi - Endless Fantasy
Yeah the transition killed that wonderful ominous vibe it had going for roughly three minutes
Digging: Vildhjarta - Thousands of Evils
cool song, not a fan of their vocals so an instrumental track is exactly what i wanted from them.
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