Nerve End Announces New Album "The Cycle"
Nerve End has issued the following announcement about releasing an upcoming new album:
"Our upcoming full-length debut album will be called 'The Cycle!' It will consist of 10 brand new (and shall we say AMAZING) Nerve End tracks, and the complete album length clocks around 45 minutes.
"It will be a theme album, where we explore various cycles through every song. We've never before payed this much attention to interconnecting the lyrics, arrangements and compositions, so it's definitely going to sound like something you haven't heard before.
"One of our main goals is to capture distinctively different, personal moods and soundscapes for every song, so listening to the album will almost feel like a real life adventure.
"As huge music lovers, we've put our widespread influences into good use. In addition to the ingredients familiar from our previous releases, we've explored a ton of new ways of how to approach making music. There will be jazzy parts, soft parts, Jamiroquai-esque funky metal riffs, headbanging riffs, parts influenced by electronic music, djenty stuff, rare new instruments, catchy choruses, epic choir parts, orchestral sections and so on...
"You name it — we've got it!
"And despite the colossal selection of different syles, the core of every song will revolve around strong and unique melodies and harmonies. We want it to be catchy, interesting and HUGE, all at the same time!
"One thing we can guarantee, is that you won't get bored while listening to the album. Just you wait, it's going to be a hell of a ride!"
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