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Eclipse

by Karmick

This is Karmick's first EP and commercial release filled with haunting and ethereal sounds that shine like an eclipse in the night, providing a ray of hope in the dark.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. The Distance
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2. Ocean's Requiem
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3. Starting to Fall for You
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4. The Tide Will Carry Us
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5. Hands of Fate
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6. Laying At Your Feet
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Eclipse is Karmick's first EP filled with their first 6 commercially released tracks. The album was recorded in Karmick's own home studio, mixed and mastered as well by the band members.

"The album sounds just like the title - Eclipse. The melodies are dark, yet bright. Just like the light around the edges of an eclipse, or a ray of light in the dark." ~ Maneshwar Singh, Singer and Guitarist of Karmick.

"The rhythms in this EP really help support the melodic side of the music. I try to add 'flavor' with my beats and grooves to each song with my Drums. On some tracks the drums are more prominent, while on others they're the glue that holds the song together pushed a bit more into the background." ~ Maheshwar Singh, Drummer/Percussionist of Karmick.


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