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Sigmun | Land of the Living Dead

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Land of the Living Dead

by Sigmun

Hazy poetry made out of floating echoes and distortion.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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Mainly influenced by the two founding fathers of heavy metal, the almighty Led Zeppelin and the God of Heavy Riffs, Black Sabbath. Sigmun mentions their music as "Freudian Blues Rock", the word "Freud" comes from the infamous neurologist, Sigmund Freud, whom they admired so much for his unconscious mind and defense mechanism theory, believing that their music came spontaneously from their unconscious mind.

Describing their sound as "bringing a high gain amplifiers and drums into a cave" , most of their music are based on riffs covered with distortion and overflowing echoes. The bass-lines are almost progressive but raw and primitive at the same time, the drumming moves fierce and violent on high tempo and in a sudden coulitiond turn calm into a drowning bluesy beats, while the vocals sounded like chants and moans, obviously affected by Plant and Ozzy.

Their interest in Sigmund Freud concepts of unconscious mind and their love for the whimsical world of surrealism are evidently showing in their lyrics. Enjoying the exploration of absurdism and juxtaposition in their writings, Dali, Magritte, and Chirico might have influenced them as much as Page and Iommi did, paintings made out of hazy poetry and heavy echoed chords.

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