Trollfest Checks In From Day 17 Of Recording New Album
Norway's Trollfest is currently recording a new album, and the band has now checked in with the following update from the studio:
"Today Mr. Seidel and TrollBANK manage to record a lot of acoustic guitar, trumpet, drum and flute. And it was all just super fast balkan melodies. As you can see from the pictures below, we are not kidding when we say super fast! It has taken us years and years and years of practice to achieve the technical skills to master these extremely fast balkan melodies. Speedy Ggonzales have been our apprentice and we hope and think he will be very proud when he gets to listen to our new speedy songs! All hail Speedy Gonzales and True Norwegian Speed Balkan Metal!!!!
"The acoustic guitar is also used to enhance the balkan melodies. Here you see Mr. Seidel in action, relaxed and enjoying himself, while recording the super fast and intricate balkan melodies.
"And just to prove to all you non-belivers out there, that there is really no effort for Mr.Seidel to lay down the fastest melodies known to mankind, he agreed on posing for another picture as well. The multitalented TrollBANK also recorded trumpet today for the super fast melodies.
"Super fast balkan melodies sounds really great if you add super fast drumming. So TrollBANK started blasting out some really fancy and complex rhythms to boost up the already super fast balkan melodies.
"And when you have used the big drum, its the small drums turn afterwards. Nothing like the sound of congablast!!
"The flute is also a great sounding instrument in balkan melodies, especially if you play it super duper fucking fast! Like TrollBANK demonstrated in the picture below! And last but not least, we manage to get a picture of our beloved apprentice and master when he visited us in the studio today. The master, Speedy Gonzales! And as you can see from the pictures below, the trick to play super fucking fast is to be relaxed! Cheers folx! That's it for tonight!!"
Please share this article if you found it interesting.
- Previous Article:
Mortum Posts New Song Online
- Next Article:
Dreaming Dead Pushes Back New Album Release
0 Comments on "Trollfest Checks In From Day 17 Of Recording"
Be the first to comment! Tell us what you think. (no login required)
To minimize comment spam/abuse, you cannot post comments on articles over a month old. Please check the sidebar to the right or the related band pages for recent related news articles.