Mahavira | Half Light

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Half Light

by Mahavira

"Half Light" is an exciting blend of rock genres, taking you on a journey through complicated grooves, soaring melodies and darkly twisted tones.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. New Contusions
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2. Buried
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3. Half Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Half Light" is an exciting blend of rock genres, taking you on a journey through complicated grooves, soaring melodies and darkly twisted tones.

The E.P. was recorded over two days in December 2009 at Cobblestones Studios, Great Halingbury. After the seasons festivities the band spent a couple of days locked up at London’s Orpheus studios mixing and mastering.

Not only is this, the band’s first “self” release, but also the first recording they have produced using both Fretless Guitars and Basses. The sessions also saw the band reunite with drummer Mark Weatherly, who played on their 2 – Track promo CD back in 2008.

Half Light features four tracks, which to some might seem to some critics a very small offering, but this release is full of vocal hooks, explosive guitar lines and rhythmical genius (all together the release is just under 30 minutes of audio bliss).



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