Fast, powerful and aggressive song by Void Dancer.
Artist about the track:
Former Self Portrait is gritty and heavy from start to finish, with almost no redeemable qualities for the non metal fan. Blending elements of tech, old school metal, and a hint of melodic death metal, it offers something interesting for almost all types of metal fans. The song comes from a 3-song EP that strays away from the pretty/pristine production style that is so commonly used in modern metal, and it instead takes a more human/natural sounding approach to production that still allows each instrument to complement one another while carving their own spot in the mix.
Someone got lost taking a bad dose again. I wasn’t there, I don't know how it happened, but i’m certain that this life isn’t for me. I need something in between. Give me something in between. Glass and paper, the lighters spark. Say you drop the needle and you choose to go and get high. I’m at a loss, repressing old issues and files. I’ll spare some change to change my perspective. Now I’m somewhere in between. Give me something in between. Canvas and dagger, I’ll leave a mark. Paint me as a failure, as a work of art. Canvas and dagger, I’m tracking marks. Line it up and overdose in the dark. I just thought you could benefit from information, this world doesn’t care for another junkie’s gut to fill. Reality does not bring joy. I’m coping with the things I can’t avoid. Can’t get clean. Dance with me. Spin in grief until we are set free, spinning freely.