“Snake Charmer,” haunts the peripheries, turning through the inside and out. Slithering into the poisoned fields of time and space.
“Mountain Fever,” runs the gamut, bringing inspiring melodies and turnstile like guitar riffs to rip through the sensationalist precipous of time and space.
“Somewhere I Sadly Belong,” runs together with the orchestration and subtle instrumentation. It turns through the whirltide and envelops the listener in a sneaking sense of something creeping up the backstairs.
“Ascend,” trembles and trillops through the turnabout. The guitars provide a subtle clarity to the darkness as it goes through. A song that truly excites the palate.
“For The Leader, With Strings Music,” roars through the darkness and takes a turn into the unknown.
“Mangata,” haunts the periphery. Slowly teasing the listener and easing into something susceptible and joyous. A powerful contortion as it were.
The album is out on 14th May.