Takk for det! Glad du liker det! (Høres riktig ut med kaldt vann, men løvverket antyder kanskje at det er litt senere på året. Men, vi bor jo i 'det kolde nord', så våren strekker seg jo ofte til ut i juni. Om den kommer i det hele tatt, da.)
Agree. It's something that young artists often have to train on, as our basic instinct troubles us when we don't receive the expected response to our work. As my highly irritated niece recently stated to a comment on her work: "Nooo, uncle! It's not a car, it is a butterfly. You're silly! (pause, then to herself Silly uncle!"
(When I on her next drawing commented her on the nice butterfly, it was of course a car.)
Ah! Ha ha! And your parents would think you posessed or something if they're exposed to the sound of your death vocal, is that it? (I've always wondered about that in death metal: Death growling is an interesting effect, but at the same time I totally loose track of the often elaborate lyrics, as I most of the time can't perceive the words. They could be singing psalms for all I know, though I envision somewhat darker contents based on the sound)
Haha, not really, they know the way I'm singing, but I still live with them so I don't want them to hear me all the time. Well I have a really deep voice, but it's understanding (I hope[well to me it is, 'cos I know the lyrics]) There are some vocals the growls like pigs and nothing is understanded, even when you read the lyrics you still can't understand them.. [link] If you're interested.
I finally remembered your link while being around a computer with functional sound. I'll have to admit that I really don't perceive the lyrics, but then again, as mentioned I don't have very good ears for music.(I normally don't perceive the lyrics in an ordinary vocal either)However, I deem your music absolutely listener-worthy due to great energy and well-structured sound.