Ephel Duath Begins Work On New Album, "Through My Dog's Eyes"
Italian experimental jazz metallers Ephel Duath have begun work on a new album due to be released in 2008 via Earache Records. The album, entitled "Through My Dog's Eyes," is set to be a concept album in which a dog depicts his vision of various aspects of life, from casual things like nightmares or walks to deeper issues such as accepting death and the rules of nature that are unavoidable. The band are currently gathered together, writing and arranging the songs, and guitarist Davide had this to say about the album:
"The preproduction is very promising, and we'll abuse it to grasp and magnify the potential of each track: we are sure that the album will not only please the fans but that it will also bring us new ones."
Talking about the concept behind "Through My Dog's Eyes," Davide has also stated that:
"Lyrics-wise, it is a first person narrative in the shape of various short novels. We are in no way attempting to prove any sort of superiority or draw a parallel between man and animal. All we intend to do is capture the essence of how we think dogs see life, hence the use of the first person, and all of this being speculation means that the texts deal with sheer fantasy. We'll push people to think about this concept as an ode to one of the animals with the most humanity in the eyes."
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