Stream helt ny sang fra Scar Symmetry
Det svenske melodic death metal band Scar Symmetry har lagt en hel ny sang ud på deres MySpace side. Nummeret hedder "Noumenon & Phenomenon" og er taget fra det kommende album "Dark Matter Dimensions" der har udgivelsesdato den 2 oktober via Nuclear Blast Records.
"Noumenon & Phenomenon" kommer også som en digital download single den 18 september sammen med nummeret "Nonhuman Era".
"Dark Matter Dimensions" trackliste:
01. The Iconoclast 02. The Consciousness Eaters 03. Noumenon And Phenomenon 04. Ascension Chamber 05. Mechanical Soul Cybernetics 06. Nonhuman Era 07. Dark Matter Dimensions 08. Sculpture Void 09. A Paranthesis In Eternity 10. Frequencyshifter 11. Radiant Strain 12. Pariah (exclusive limited-edition digipack bonus track)
Her er hvad trommeslager Henrik Ohlsson siger om det nye album: "The album title came from the scientific fact that you can't see at least 95% of the universe and despite that fact we behave like we know everything there is to know. We trust our eyes even though they give us a very limited range of perception and we dismiss things because they seem to defy our narrow and cynical sense of logic. The title 'Dark Matter Dimensions' stands for an appreciation and acknowledgement of the unseen worlds and dimensions, because without the existence of these unseen forces our physical universe would never be able to exist. These so-called 'dark matter dimensions', a term I use for everything unseen, orchestrates everything our eyes are allowed to see. And you can bring this down to a personal level as well, from the macrocosmic to the microcosmic, and realize that our appearance stands for a small percentage of who we are. At least 95% of what we are consists of consciousness, thoughts, feelings and other unseen activities. So the term 'dark matter dimensions' applies on both macrocosmic and microcosmic levels. As above, so below. As for the artwork, I view at as a peek into a possible dark matter dimension, a surreal planetary body that defies our sense of what a planet looks like. Spontaneously I come think of it as a symbolic version of the current state of the earth."