Growing up playing Iranian traditional musical instruments while listening to Nothern European metal music was an unusual, yet exceptional experience for us; neither did we immerse ourselves deep into the serenity of Iranian traditional music, nor did we rebel through the dark arena of metal music. Instead, we learned that every piece of music, in its broad sense, is worth listening to at least once in a lifetime; that art can be hidden in places that you would never expect; and that artistic expression is a markedly universal means of communication, shared by a wide range of seemingly very different cultures.

The idea of the Garden Throne project has been lingering in our heads for a long time. However, we never happened to accomplish it until very recently, due to various reasons (of which you do not want to know!). The Garden Throne project is in fact a collage of overlapping paths from our personal journeys into various realms of music, and our personal lives. Making music is not our vocation: it is our prime passion. The Garden Throne project will be, as long as we are.

Edited by mehrtash on 11 Oct 2009, 16:07

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