Jeremy Hague plays every instrument for EYAM, and programs every synth. Every dissonant note that is out of key, and everything that is out of time is intentional — and meant to add to the unease that album “Pandemonic Symmetry” stands for. Can there be symmetry in pandemonium? Each song generally contains a middle passage that Tolkien would describe as a eucatastrophe. But, unlike in fantasy, these jarring moments never turn for the good. Sure, they might help preserve — and return — the norm, but all is scarred. Everything remains changed, yet it is generally familiar. It is insanity, and it is reality. And, in all reality, it is music that you will not like.
Edited by jeremyehague on 24 Mar 2009, 09:57
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