Conducting From The Grave Streaming New Song "Unholiest Of Nightmares"
The Sacramento, CA quintet Conducting From The Grave is set to release the new album "Revenants" on October 25th, 2010. The band has partnered up with Lambgoat.com to debut the new track “Unholiest of Nightmares,” which can be heard now via this location.
Guitarist Jeff Morgan commented: "The track, 'Unholiest of Nightmares,' is my personal favorite on our new album Revenants. It has a little of everything that represents our style from classic CFTG thrash-style riffing to pretty melodic parts, as well as crushing heaviness. The track does a good job of representing a fairly comprehensive musical picture of the band. We have been playing it most nights on the current tour (the 'Time to Bleed Tour' with Suicide Silence). So far it's been going over great, as well as has the rest of the new material we've been playing.
"Things are looking great for the immediate future of the band. We've got some great tours lined up and we're all super excited about the album release this coming Monday, October 25th. We actually get to play Denver to celebrate the release on Monday, which is great because Denver has always been like a home away from home for us. To give you a little insight into the lyrical content of the track I asked our vocalist, Mikey, to give a thematic/inspirational overview of the lyrics."
Mikey stated: "Unholiest of Nightmares is really about a condition I suffer from regularly called sleep paralysis in which the brain wakes up in mid REM sleep but still secretes the chemicals that keep you paralyzed, resulting in hallucinations and the inability to move until your brain wakes up entirely. I remember one of the first times it happened to me, I woke up and couldn't move and when I tried it felt like something was trying to possess me, slowly crawling up on top of my chest, and in the corner of the room a reaper like figure hovering toward me. It was the most sinister feeling of pure evil accompanied with fear that I have ever had. After I started experiencing more of these 'attacks' I did a lot of research about it and found out lots of interesting material from actual scientific facts all the way to ancient folklore, so naturally I thought it would be a great idea for a song. It was also very appropriate for the fast paced spiraling downfall into the pits of hell this song brings to the table instrumentally."
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