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Event Horizon (BurningTearsMusic)

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Event Horizon began as a pure concept - a dream. This takes it roots during the teenage years of young artist Daniel Williams’ life, playing in rock bands in high school. The experience of these groups (Dust, Novembers Dying Skies) led him towards flexing the creative muscles required, and in Dust especially, he took over primary song writing duties. However, this just wasn’t enough. The sound wasn’t right. With influences such as Dream Theater , Muse and Metallica around him, it was difficult to match up to that standard. So he began to create.

Over the next 3 years, until the age of 20, he continued to write until completing the lyrics and music that would become his first album. On a budget of $50, he recorded a 9 track solo album only using a Line 6 Tone Port. In April 2010, this became the first release, ‘One Final Day’.

This album achieved everything he wanted - initial exposure to his compositions, and developing the skills and techniques required to record and mix. And yes, it even made a bit of money on the side. Reviews were generally positive from the online community, with users on Rhapsody and itunes giving it 4/5 stars.

The album itself plays itself into the Progressive Rock genre - but emerging from it comes a sound that his very much Wiliams’ own. Although not clear on this record, glimpses are seen, in Burning Tears, One Final Day and Last Words Pt. 1. From here, Daniel began to grow.

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