Reclusive Forest Council Uploads New Song "Romanticized Reality"
Reclusive Forest Council has posted a new song online titled "Romanticized Reality," which can be heard in the player below. You can also check out the previously uploaded demo song "Voices" by heading over to this location.
Ray Heberer of Reclusive Forest Council also commented on the track:
"Hey everyone! It's been a while. Please read on... So this is another song from my solo project. It's a different style then what I've been uploading recently, so I hope you like it, or I'll have to find a new fanbase for this stuff. Also, I got a new effects pedal, so this is the first song to show my new recording equipment. It's also the first song where you get to hear me play keyboards!
"The modern version of Reclusive Forest Council - my solo project - is influenced by the sporadic and repetition-free structures of Veil of Maya, Between the Buried and Me, and Within The Ruins, the melodic sensibilities of Insomnium and Helloween, the time signature prowess of Dream Theater and Panzerballett, keyboards influenced by Planet X and Rings of Saturn, groove similar to that of Periphery and Tesseract, crushing low riffs like Meshuggah and Gojira, ambience in the vein of Cyclamen and Vildhjarta, and plenty of dynamics and guitar tones, influenced by Opeth and Circus Maximus."
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