22:11 - Apothecary Well again, I can see why. I've learned that sometimes it's the most emotionally sensitive people who make the most disturbing art, so it makes sense to me that Mories wanted a project that would express that side of himself too
22:05 - Erik M. Going from your description, it's indeed hard to believe it's done by him. :P But thanks for the link. I'm going to check it out for sure.
22:01 - Apothecary 90 minute album, so you might have to take it in steps :p
22:01 - Apothecary I think you'd like it, honestly. It's some really good ambient music, but more in a "I love you, be happy" kind of feeling. Kinda hard to believe it's the same guy doing it lol [link]
21:55 - Erik M. Ah I see. Well, I'm not familiar with Seirom, but maybe I need to check it out.
21:53 - Apothecary and he said he just needed a more positive release from the COA and GTT songwriting, which takes a toll on him. Understandably so
21:50 - Apothecary Seirom is comparatively a walk in the park compared to his other projects, really warm and uplifting, actually. So I asked him where that difference of styles comes into play
01. Venomspreader 02. The Creation Ruin 03. Misanthropy Pure 04. We Who Finish Last 05. Chorus Of The Dissimilar 06. In The Mind And Marrow 07. To Bear The Brunt Of Many Blades 08. Four Earths 09. Set Your Body Ablaze 10. Be Winged 11. Cold Lord Quietus/They Congregate To Mourn/The Persecution Of Every Next Breath/Go Forth To Life
Metal/Hardcore hybrid... This is how you do it right:
Ridiculously energetic shit with a nice prog touch and wonderful sense of melody yet still packs a huge punch to the face.
Man, if I could only give it another thumbs up... Maybe in the form of a review, heh!
Written by BoxCar Willy on 11.12.2012 at 00:53 Alto, as in musical theory, it's the high section of a band. Like if someone has a high singing voice, they'd an alto singer.
Don't know why I saw a typo there as I'm familiar with the term. Anyways, I think it's a great album. I personally can't see it produced in another way since it doesn't aim for brutality like your regular deathcore with very low tones, but for sheer energy. The only things that are high are the lead guitars tbh. The bass, drums, riffs and vocals give a low enough contrast to the crazy leads.
It's also worth mentioning that this albums pretty much flows like one big song so there's lost of dynamics in terms of sound. Lead based song or riff based songs, etc...