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StarOfAsh Issues Update On New Songs To Be Released This Month

As a follow-up to previous album "Lakhesis" (reviewed here), StarOfAsh will be recording and releasing a series of tracks each month throughout the year. StarOfAsh has now checked in with the following update about progress on tracks to be released later this month:

"January flew passed, greeted me swiftly with his cold hands, and all of a sudden the more tranquil February was on my calendar. Albeit it was not tranquility I felt, as I had composed close to nothing, and all of a sudden was short on my promise by two musical pieces. Deadline: The shortest month of the year… Thoughts: Calm panic…It´s not like I have been lazy or anything, but it has been a busy period with our friends from Leprous and Ørkenkjøtt doing their magic in the studio all of January.

"Fortunately I am a fast writer. Unfortunately I do not always have inspiration to write. So within these parameters I just had to start working from scratch. With these bad odds (totally self inflicted I know) I am happy to say that I have already written and recorded one piece, while working on the chord progression on the other.

"The way I interpret January and February, are that they are both dark and bright, have a 'hibernation' kind of feel and you need to be able to dance to them to keep warm. At least here in Norway you do! So I have composed my music to sound like that, or at least it sounds that way to me. I hope to present them both to you within this far too short month.

"Warm hugs to everyone out there feeling cold xx."

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