Kars Landman

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Last Active 09-03-19 6:35 am
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New record is finished (this time with vocals)

Hey guys, I've been working on a new record the past few months, and it's finally ready for release. This is the first record that has vocals, and I'm really excited about it. I never thought I'd be able to release a record with my own vocals that I could listen to without cringing to death. I really hope you guys enjoy it!
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Everlasting, Ever-Fleeting

Renovate: The record starts out with some kind of jazzy, score-like track. It's the most emotional thing I've ever written and the lyrics really help. Not really inspired by any band or song, I just came up with the main melody and started writing from there.
The Congregation

Flying: The next song is way heavier, and sets the tone for what's to come. The start of the song was inspired by heavy Leprous, but the rest was basically me writing some riffs and making it structured. This song does feature some cool chords and jazzy metal parts.
Altered State

In Between: This song is the most like my previous record, cause it's mostly focussed on atmosphere and drawn out parts. Has the most euphoric part on the record, and has a really cool ambient ending
The Satanist

Beyond the Grave: Intro has an evil vibe to it, and the black metal influence is spread throughout the song.

Aimless: The dissonant death metal atmosphere that this song has was highly inspired by this band.
6Breaking Benjamin

Follow the Wolves: Yeah, it's wierd that this record has a Breakin Benjamin inspired song, but it fits pretty well on the album, cause it's still heavier and more adventurous than a typical BB track.
The Fall of Therenia

Trust: Not really sure what kind of metal this song is, but it's mostly just full throttle headbang material
8Wolves in the Throne Room

Dependency: This song is mostly written in 7/4, and has the most black metal feel vocal wise.
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