Solitude - Orchestral Electronic Metal Instrumental





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Published on Apr 3, 2012

Feel free to interpret any of my songs in your own way. Music is for everyone, not just the writer.

Played on my Seven-string Schecter Jeff Loomis signature guitar and four-string violin bass.

This is the final instrumental song to be released on my first album. From this song onwards I'll be posting covers and originals that feature me as not only the instrumentalist, but the vocalist.

This song is extremely personal, but still as free for interpretation as any of my other works. I chose to depict the feeling of 'Solitude' with pianos, synthesizers, strings and heavy metal instruments because solitude isn't just sad; it's a maddenning struggle and causes massive inner conflict.

The genre is melodic death metal crossed with elements of symphonic. It can't really be called death metal due to a lack of heaviness and vocal presence.

The picture used is in all honesty quite self-explanitory and graphic in nature, when put parallel with one's own experience of solitude.

The melody heard at the end of the song is from another of my pieces, 'The Last Fleeting Breath'. It's used for a purpose. If you want a full understanding then listen to 'The Last Fleeting Breathe' and my other works. Read all of their descriptions and then you'll understand.

DISCLAIMER: The image and letter font used are not my material.

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Song Download: http://soundcloud.com/kieran-roberts/...

© Copyright all Audio belongs to Kieran Zane-Tan Roberts

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