Singled Out: Varga Tell Story Behind Gamera



From Antimusic

Veteran Canadian metallers Varga recently released "Enter the Metal", their first new album after a long absence. To celebrate we asked Adam Alex to tell us about the song "Gamera" from the new album. Here is the story:

Gamera is an eight minute song in which we try to lay down a soundscape to the images of the legendary science fiction monster causing havoc and chaos across the Japanese countryside. The numerous parts and grooves we laid down are meant to represent different aspects of the story and provide the listener a soundtrack for the destruction that ensues .

Read more at http://www.antimusic.com/news/13/December/23Singled_Out-_Varga_Tell_Story_Behind_Gamera.shtml#FRm2Og53HcYwePXj.99

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