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A Great lyrical adventure. "Forever Tuesday" consists of songs and instrumentals Inspired by several of DS's favorite genre films and an ode to the happiest day of the week for any hardcore movie and music buff.
Dying Seed's acoustic effort shines. With Passion and extreme energy flowing from every note and heavy strum. A collection of powerful new songs delivered with no holds barred enthusiasm.
The story of a ghost in love with a stranger in a strange place. He awakes to find himself in the home a woman he doesn't know,Unable to leave, and with no memory of who he is or how he got there. He figures he must be dead for he can not communicate with her or the physical world they occupy. All he has is a notepad and pen with which to write with and a guitar in which to play. This is a tragic love story in the truest sense. This is "The Ghost Project".
A Dying Seed acoustic effort. Tragic love songs, raw truth, and one guitar recorded with the stranger over a span of two nights.
"Gentle Souls" is probably Dying Seed's weirdest(and strongest) anthology yet. On this latest project, we venture into experimentally synthesized territory, winding through a maze of determined, upbeat songs, all with a story to tell. Each track has it's own separate feel, while still coming together into a kind of theme. From tracks like "Worth the wait" and it's companion "Later that night... ," which take the listener on an exhilarating ride through the fun house, to a more serious song like "Extra Sensitive," the key sorrowful ballad of the album, it is apparent that this piece of work is very much like a peek into numerous spooky lives. With reoccurring themes of loneliness, loss, weakness, and despair, you will indeed be haunted by these suffering gentle souls.
My new album "Waiting for birth" is now available at the Reverb nation store! It's a mixture of rock n' roll,electronica,and acapella. However, if you seek feedom from the cage that labels bring, you should really check this one out because it's vibe is a special one.
Part one in a trilogy of albums dealing with loss, love, tragedy, and isolation. Definitely bleaker than its follow up "The Search". This colorful collection of stories is considered to be one of Dying Seed's best.
"Madness is the key" was my very first attempt at a concept album. It was also at the time, the darkest piece I had ever produced which was always my intention. Up until that point I had written mostly gushy love songs with "feel good" melodies. Growing tired of the "same old, same old", I decided to try something different. To go to a darker place. A place I knew lived within me and all I had to do was to channel it. This was alot easier than I thought it would be and, since the albums creation 4 years ago, I've found it extremely hard to get back to that happy place I abandoned. It has been said to "play like a eulogy" which is one of the biggest complements i've ever recieved because it matched my intentions for the album perfectly. Tracks like "My baby don't care for me" and "Dead end road" were big favorites as well as the soulful anthem "Anything can happen....and nothing will" and the epic "Buried alive". I've certainly come much further as an artist since "Madness is the key", but the album will always have a special place in my heart, both personally and professionally.
All original material written and composed by myself. The first half are love songs. The last half are more on the personal side. hence the title. I designed it be a simple definition of myself. well, simple to myself anyway. When I'm working on a new project I usually start out with a concept and then build from there. At first I set out to turn my life's story into a musical. but I grew tired of that idea so I began to work on another project. I decided to go back to my roots. which was love songs. I wrote so many love songs for so many years I got sick of them. But I figured it had to have been long enough(4 years to be exact)and returned to the fold. And in no time at all I spotted the connection of how "the love song" was just as much a part of me as the rest of it. And the rest is "Love-Life". "Is this hate?" is from the first half.
"Dying Seed" experiments with a wide range of styles. Always powerful, true and straight from the heart. Almost impossible to classify the music or vocals, "Dying seed" has always been unique without any effort to be so.