Nick Grand. Nestor Matute. Victor Pamphlets. Riff Spreader. Benjamin Boerum-Ruhl. Peter Emms. Jos E. Alex Carter. Darrin Hanley. Zachary Collins. Scott Robinson. Brayden Kerr. Alejandro Agado. Yuji Mukai. Vincent Poulin. My love for you will never fade Your left the dream to wonder in the earth Dying moments so old and fragile Like the sunrise Beyond the veil of my absent gaze Your left the dream to wander in the earth The autumn blaze is so old and fragile Like the sunrise Insendia Ave End White image Living light of ashes I wore You made me suffer Anchored to this remorse Like the echoes in my head Your empty words feel Hollow eye Begins to see the darkness of yoy again Waits the sunlight to heal my heart My empty soul behold, before God I drown in despair "All my life ends here No more tears left to be shared In this crowded world of sorrow Our time has come You failed me once more And left me alone To fly no more Till I never see the light of you again Oh please take me away To fly no more Once again, our time was never enough" Falling siren Fear is my own oppression Made it of stone to lead me in will These chains would never be hidden The wound is deeper With my pride I end Oh white burden Misery Fill the air As I see you to walk away SILENCE…..
This is a project of Melodic Doom Metal yet funeral and spiritual music that describes the eternal sorrow and misery above the earth, death and human nature and instincts under the ownership of grief and pain. In October 20, the long-awaited digital single "Forever Misery" came out. That was a song taken from the debut album which was untitled that time. With its heavy sound, dark miserable beauty and the interesting structure between growls and unique voice of Gogo, the single managed to leave very good impressions in the metal community and prepare the ground for the next release.
This album is about the eternal suffering of a man who lives in a world that everything and everyone he knew have gone, either by death or general parting, but somehow cannot be forgotten. It is part of the human nature to look for hope into the sky through spiritualism and I happen to be one of them when I have bad days.
But I must warn the listeners. Like Aeonian Sorrow music in general is going to be. All music written by Gogo Melone and arranged by Aeonian Sorrow. Tags finland melodic metal metal doom doom metal funeral funeral doom melodic melodic death metal Finland. When I Was Your Man. Mars, Bruno. Valli, Frankie.
This Is the Moment. Electric Love. Blinding Lights. The Weeknd. Can't Help Falling In Love. Presley, Elvis. Rolling in the Deep. Raitt, Bonnie. Morris shares the following testimony about how these recordings came about. CD edition features matte gatefold jacket. Red River Dialect is a language open to all. When writing the last Red River Dialect album, which was called Tender Gold and Gentle Blue, my everyday was infused with a magnificent, radiant sadness. A sudden space of loss had opened up and swallowed all sorts of exhausting but addictive inclinations: to hunt for volatility, nurture delusions and hide in distractions.
Eventually these waves of sad-joy began to subside and I found myself back on familiar ground with a new understanding of what I was seeking: freshness, movement and vibrancy. I was learning how to feel perky and how to ride on the wind; the one that is called lungta in Tibetan and is also a horse.
I looked for this energy in chords, rhythms and words. When my friend, the great songwriter Joan Shelley, invited me out on a UK tour to play an opening set, I recognised it as an opportunity to develop these new songs and to try them out at shows. A couple of them took shape before the tour, but most followed after. Hearing Joan, Nathan Salsburg and Glen Dentinger play and sing every night brought me many glimpses of the fresh genuineness I was seeking.
I tried to turn those glimpses into songs. I wanted to make a whole album about lungta, to be called Windhorse, after the English translation of the term.
It was also going to be a concept album about bells of all kinds. I used to ring church bells when I was a child in the English change ringing style. I have strong memories of the smell of old wood and damp stone, the delirious cacophony of the six bells, the sight of the dancing ropes and the fear of breaking the stay.
The stay is the small piece of wood upon which the heavy bell comes to rest in an upright position when the ringing is done. If the bell is brought to rest too roughly the stay may be broken, causing the bell to flail around its axle and whipping the rope up into the tower. The leader of our group of campanologists, a Cornish stone-hedger by trade, told tales of ringers who had been whipped up along with the rope and killed, and my experience of ringing became fused with this fear of losing control.
The coil of coloured wool around the portion of the rope that you grip is called the sally, a name derived from Latin and Old French words for leaping, salire and sailie respectively, and related to the English somersault and salmon, the name the Romans gave to the fish that leaps.
As I wrote the songs, this attempt at conceptual coherency started to crumble. Half-familiar sadnesses and new-old confusions poked through the rubble. For a time I tried to keep them out.
Eventually I gave up, knowing that to treat these experiences like enemies or unwelcome strangers was dishonest and stale. And so each song that makes up this new album called Broken Stay Open Sky is a coming together of pain and love, selves and others, embraced together in the same broken heart, which is moving-joy and still-sad. Now I spend 20 — 40 hours mixing just one song. I had no idea that I was rushing things! The rest of the album was mastered here at my studio.
Of course there are limitations because the album was recorded on 4-track; often all the music was mashed down to one track, to make room for the vocals and instruments. Re-mastering is a chance to make the album sound a bit more modern as far as the levels go.
I stayed faithful to the original and cleaned things up, eqed some of the sounds to make them more present, and — just like the listener — re-experienced Black Tape For A Blue Girl of 25 years ago.
Recorded during October in Valvasone allmyfaithlost. Wintergarden Studio, Norway wollo. Recorded and mixed at Dr. Recorded and mixed at Out of the World Studio, , France. Rearrangement by Fabrice and Jeanne Lefebvre rajna. Recorded and mastered at The Cage, Coventry, England attrition. For those who once gathered in the black house.Eternal Sleep Heavy Rock and Roll from Pittsburgh PA The Emptiness Of, released 1. The Emptiness Of 2. Last Kind Words 3. Red Herring 4. Flesh/Blood 5. Typical Broken Heart 6. Parlor Tricks 7. Revisionist 8. Straw Man 9. Kenosis