A good singer is always able to immerse into a world of its own when singing a song. So "The Legacy Remains" will possibly never be released and Antichrisis will be reduced to being a 1-man-project again. He opened doors that would have blocked my way.
I have got a feeling that the cover of "Perfume" was prepared in a hurry: You must have put down a lot of time and effort into them.
Blimey, it was just my luck being a punk in a little quaint village that seemed to be bogged down somewhere between the Palaeozoic and the Precambrian era on the evolutionary scale! If you'd be interested in German music with a very special touch, check out her songs at MySpace or at Ayuma's own website.
A few days ago we received a sad email by our label Tunguska Records: Perhaps music is such a large part of yourself and your life that you simply couldn't live without it? Things get a bit unusual here: But please, Mr. First I should confess that building sounds from scratch isn't exactly my cup of tea: I would not call it an adventure, furthermore something like a gift that makes it easier for me to come to terms with life.
Or, with Tennyson's words: Enoe and Mandoag Mandoag tried to hunt us down with their spiral wings They built bastilles that we absconded from Beware of Mandoag searchlights Her boat was waiting for us on the shore We cried when we saw what we had done How could we be so ignorant?
Bernd has just taken over Jens' job by the way: Perhaps a keyboard? When I got into contact with Antichrisis it became apparent that the sound of the Irish uilleann pipes would perfectly fit into Sid's music, so we started off to experiment with this mixture. Maybe I had to write a song like "Goodbye to Jane" to do at least some kind of justice to the victims, although my words surely fail to describe the terror, the pain, the fear and the hate that a girl like Jane must have experienced and suffered from.
What remains when we have to realize that some wounds never heal? And how was your musical development?
Your reference to classic characters like Romeo and Juliet in "Our Last Show" gives a theatrical aspect to the story: We spent 5 weeks at the Blue House Studio in Meerane: I hold it true, whate'er befall; I feel it, when I sorrow most; 'Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all.
We Disappear. Of course many things could have been done better, but I consider recordings as some kind of snapshot: I am a pretty good vocalist myself, but I like the idea of integrating a female voice because of the different colour that this vocals provide to the big picture of Antichrisis.
Do you have an explanation for that phenomenon? Watch it on YouTube.
A sparse but doleful ballad about the passing of time and remembering the ones we once shared parts of our lives with.