Unsung Division EP

by Kekal

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"Since July 2012, I have been working on the new material that was meant to be for the upcoming 2015 Kekal full-length album, with Leo working his own parts in-parallel. But however, some compositions turned out to be a bit out-of-place with the rest of the album’s general concept. That was my fault, because I got sick & tired of the radio that plays the same boring music over & over again here through the central speakers in the office where I work. So for the sake of maintaining my own sanity, I had to create a musical remedy in the form of some less structure-bound, almost generative, free-flow, ‘jazzier’ compositions.

Of course, Kekal has always been very diverse in nature, but to me cohesiveness is also important in order to maintain an adventurous listening experience. This led me on a decision to release this download-only EP much earlier - separately, to cater some of the compositions that are deemed too ‘far-out’ from the rest of the music for the upcoming full-length album, even if they sound unmistakably Kekal. The upcoming 2015 full-length album will have more metallic, rockier, traditional guitar-based songs with vocals, hooks, riffs, you name it....

Nonetheless, hope you enjoy this EP (it’s free download!) and feel free to follow me on Twitter @spitonself and let me know what you think about the music on the EP."

- Jeff Arwadi, March 2013 (edited February 2014)

Interview with Jeff about Unsung Division EP: www.facebook.com/notes/kekal/unsung-division-ep-small-interview-with-jeff/10151517933944763

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released 19 March 2013

All songs composed, programmed and performed by Jeff Arwadi
Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Jeff Arwadi at Northern Isolation Station
Cover photo and design by Jeff Arwadi

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Track Name: The God Particle
have we done enough?
to carry on with love and compassion
have we shared enough?
our stories of subsisting life as a painful journey
here is our destiny - god has shown thy mercy

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