Sound clip from the CD 'When the Earth Dissolves in Ashes' which gathers 75 minutes unique live only material performed at different locations during 2010 and 2011: Zürich, Wuppertal, Rotterdam, Cologne, Leipzig (WGT), Cherkassy and more. The starting point for these live tracks is mainly the sounds used for 'In sadness, Silence and Solitude', 'Metamorphyses' and 'The Stains of the Embodied Sacrifice' looped and mixed live together with on spot improvised sounds, thus shaped into new never before heard sonically expressions.
Kodomo’s full-length debut release – titled Still Life – will be released on October 7th, 2008 on New York’s 5 Points Records. This release features 9 original tracks and a bonus track, “Spira Mirablis” - currently featured in the MTV/Harmonix iPod video game “Phase.” The concept for the record was born of a series of photographs, each one serving as a springboard for the music. The album explores how images of environments, landscapes, people, and objects are used to evoke musical ideas; each image giving rise to various rhythms, chords, and sonic textures. The photos were taken in Italy, China, Japan, Switzerland, & around the US. The CD release has a deluxe package that includes an expanded booklet featuring all 9 photos.
Avstand er en låt som handler om de tingene som en gang var så nært og oppnåelig. Alle ønsker å få utretta ting her i livet, og alle vet veien dit, men ofte utfordringer og ”blindveier”. Det som en gang hørtes og virket så enkelt tar ”avstand”. Aldri gi opp det du ønsker i livet selv om du møter utfordringer. Rett blikket ditt fram selv om veien er lang. Du klarer det du vil. - -Spira
With the release of Final Fantasy X HD, I decided to go back and FINALLY FINISH the game. The game CD that belonged to me as a kid kept freezing at that part after the Crusaders do the thing. (Spoilers. Go play the game if you haven't; seriously.)
I was writing this adventure theme, playing the game during breaks, when a light bulb went off in my head. What I had written was a great theme for Sin, so I finished the piece as a tribute for the game. This piece is the result of my attempt to capture the exposition of Final Fantasy X with an overture(esque style).
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