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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