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Yes, I like to write classical music from time to time, what you gonna do about it!? It was beginning to sound so tense and carried such a feeling of expectancy that I decided to try writing lyrics to it and generally evolve the song into a Shikari track. Lyrically it introduces the themes for the album using some tasty and colossal metaphors and gets you itching for more.
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We spent ages sonically tweaking this track especially the breakdownso that the guitars and synths became unified amongst a wall of gut-shaking bass. We certainly don't beat around the bush in this one!
When we realise we are one, and all have the same needs and dreams we'll start living without fear and consequently far more sustainably, progressively and peacefully. It's about bouncing back when you're feeling down, crawling back out of the sssnakepit and staying positive.
It's about thinking scientifically, figuring out the problems and overcoming them with human ingenuity and the limitless progression that comes from that. It's definitely one of the most happy tracks on the album. It's hopefully hard to listen to this track without feeling empowered and ready to face the world.
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This is all put across with the aid of Michael Jackson-style funky guitars, filthy sub-packed syncopated synths and gut-wrenching screams…naturally. It's got some of our juiciest vocal harmonies to date too, which we laid down in the studio after a few pints of thai rum. The drunker you are, the better your harmonies are. Humans have been fighting for many reasons for many many years.
Some wars are won, some wars are lost, some wars are abandoned, people die, people survive, but what always endures is hatred and sadness. War is a symptom of our culture.
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Nothing will change unless the environment we live in doesn't bring about reason for war. AFFOC's strengths lie in its diversity and the superior musicianship; it's weaknesses lie in Rou's vocals and occasional lack in songwriting ability.
We'll go through the strengths first. Beginning with an amazing, heartfelt verse delivered by Chris Batten, the bassist, it then heads into a roaring sing-along chorus, before transforming into a more post-hardcore feel for the bridge.
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It's a truly amazing. Over repeated listens, "Stalemate" is a standout too; a soft, acoustic guitar passage with great vocals by Rou leads us into a moving chorus of "Yes I've, gooooone to the hills again, yes I've, goooooone away It's great to see how much diversity this band has, and how well they can pull it off. As I mentioned above, the weaknesses.
Most especially, Rou's vocals.Enter Shikari - Hello Tyrannosaurus, Meet Tyrannicide sound check @ The Borderline
He's hit a downhill. His clean vocals on Take to the Skies were good, but nothing to write home about, and the screaming was On Common Dreads, he improved drastically as a vocalist, almost obliterating the screaming and focusing on the cleans.
Here, the screaming is back and annoying as ever, and his cleans have not improved - if anything, they've devolved slightly, to the point where they detract from the quality of certain songs, such as "System Meltdown" and "Pack of Thieves".
It's a shame to see such a talented vocalist begin to slip. But apart from the disrepancies in those three songs, AFFOC is pretty much picture perfect otherwise. ES's innovative use of electronics in their music continues to lead to interesting and unexpected results see: