Six Days End presents their innovative version of the genre with a blend of diverse thematic influences and some electronica in their most recent creations.
Tehran, Jan 13, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Originated in the United States in the mid-1950s, the genre of rock has spread its influence across the world ever since. Iran-based musician duo Parsa Fayal and Armin Namdar established their own rendition of the genre with their band Six Days End. The band has recently released their debut album on 16th October 2020, with exceptional instrumental pieces and lyrical ballads. The song 'Stranger Within' is a classic rock number with reverberated guitars and drums. It interlaces smoothly with the dynamic vocal performance by the artists. The instrumental pieces 'In Between Two Nothings' and 'Everyone Turned to Picture' feature some super surreal rhythmic flow made possible by their unique creative vision and passionate chord structures.
Formed in Tehran in 2018, the Iranian Electronica and Space Rock band came into existence after two like-minded musicians came across each other. They are inspired by musicians such as Steven Wilson, Massive Attack, Roger Waters, Pain of Salvation, Riverside and Mariusz Duda, Dave Schmidt, Jon Hopkins, Klaus Schulze, David Gilmour, and many more. They do not confine themselves to one single musical form. Their music is extremely versatile i n nature.
Working with the production house Tough Records, Six Days End released their debut album featuring incredible thematic creations like 'In Between Two Nothings', 'Everyone Turned to Picture', 'Stranger Within', and others. The songs are a mix of different melodic elements with a hint of electronic music. The soundtracks are inspired by the movie 'Into the Wild' with a different perspective. Follow them on Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more.
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