Πέμπτη, 3 Αυγούστου 2017

Terminal Degree - Breed (2017)



What if…?” is a question that is asked often in progressive rock and metal, sometimes to original and interesting results.  Terminal Degree asked “What if we made a metal album using violins instead of guitars?
Bet you didn’t see that coming.
What if Paganini played lead for a progressive-metal band? What if Heifetz played Carnegie Hall with metal drums and bass? What if we dual-tracked the violin and let it shred over pummeling cellos, bass and drums?
What if.
Wonder no more. “BREED” is an instrumental album of intense, heavy songs written and performed by an ensemble of drums, electric bass, electric cellos and electric violins.
Where guitars usually rule, the violin seriously rocks. This album featured a virtuoso performance from Chas Wetherbee's violin, electric bass and cellos by the Cybergenic String Consortium and composer Mike Barnett’s drums. Want to hear where classical music meets metal? This is it. The production is clean and clear, the drums punchy and driving, the cellos and bass heavy and steady, and the violin playing technical with mixed-genre melody and impressive solos.

http://www.terminaldegree.rocks/
https://www.facebook.com/TerminalDegreeMusic/
https://www.reverbnation.com/drmetalrox

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