So, I’m gonna try a new article series for you readers where I post the track list of the latest mix CD that I made. I still don’t have an MP3 player aside from my Droid (never saw the use for one), so I still resort to making mixes for my car.
There are two things I hope to get from this:
1) I want a chance to show other styles of music that I listen to. I’m not ONLY a metalhead, y’know? I try to listen to all styles of music, from classical to jazz to metal to pop to electronica to traditional folk and everything in between. And this leads me to…
2) I hope that by doing this, many of you readers will find new artists to check out. What’s better than finding new music that you really enjoy? I love finding new artists to check out!
So, after the jump, you’ll find the track list of the latest mix CD I made (in the same order) along with a YouTube video (if there is one) for you to check out songs right away!
Make sure to leave a comment if you like or dislike this article idea. If you love this idea and are artistically inclined and want to create ‘My Latest Mix’ logo for following articles, send me a PM to my BD username: Phantasmagoria666. If your logo gets picked, you’ll definitely be credited!
Madder Mortem, Norway’s progressive visionary of the avant-garde, has released a new EP, ‘Where Dream and Day Collide’, out today on Peaceville Records. ‘Where Dream and Day Collide’ can be purchased through the Peaceville webstore
The EP contains three brand new songs, along with the single and album versions of the title track, taken from the 2009 release, Eight Ways.
The track list for ‘Where Dream and Day Collide’ is…
1. Where Dream and Day Collide (single edit version)
3. The Purest Strain
5. Where Dream and Day Collide (album version)
Artwork appears courtesy of Christian Ruud, who along with Kim Holm and the people at Toxic, are also responsible for the breathtaking visuals on the suitably mysterious ‘Where Dream and Day Collide’ music video. The music video is included on the EP disc.