Exclusive Preview: The Way To Light – Aghartha

Aghartha

Die Song have been keeping it uptempo for the latest period of time. Since there isn’t going to be a release from this label in some time, there’s a lot of things that have been discussed. These releases are crafted to superiority, and that’s one of the reasons that there’s not going to be a release for a while. When it came to the discussions, it’s my pleasure to announce a preview of a track that is going to be featured on a forthcoming split-release on Die Song. This particular release features The Way To Light and Horders, two differentiating projects – with one aim, which is to be released for winter solstice. One is a one-man project, the other is also a one-man project – by the artist himself, Give Up. The release is being crafted as an exclusive package, that will be extremely limited. By the way, the artwork that is on display here is for promotional purposes, and does not resemble the artwork for the release as such. The track that will be put out for you to preview is “Aghartha“, by The Way Of Light. Imagine yourselves being stuck on the dividing line between atmospheric neo-folk and dark ambient as such, creating the ultimate atmosphere that will make your hands swing up and down for Halloween. A haunting example of how you can successfully combine two genres that I believe haven’t been utilized to its perfection, if even combined as such. This is a collaboration between the Die Song label and Invisible Guy, giving you a two-minute preview of the aforementioned track. You can stream it down below, exclusively from Invisible Guy.

Interview with James Light of the Die Song label!

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Die Song is a label that I actually got into by an accident. I slowly scrolled by on Facebook and found that one of my friends there liked this label. I imminently decided to check it out and was strangely attracted to the aesthetics of it. They were dark, they were somewhat nihilistic – almost on the verge. The first thing I got into was Carrion Sunflower, which had released their album “The Romantic Youth Of Jesus“. At first I was startled when I listened to it, and I couldn’t really fathom who would be into it. But after a few listens, it actually grew on me. James Light is the man behind this label, and it’s a label that is situated in the United States. He’s also released a split between Fistula and Radiation SIckness, which could be titled as the second release by this label. So, therefore, I decided to get in touch with him and ask him if he was interested in being interviewed. Now we’re here, with an in-depth interview in front of us. I asked him about the future releases, the meaning of his aesthetics, his craftsmanship, relations to other labels and many more questions. I hope you’re going to get your questions answered, and I hope you’d be as intrigued, if not more – as I was when I first stumbled upon Die Song.

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