The Fall Of Sirius

by Mute The Saint

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Caleb Moran
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Caleb Moran One of a kind, totally amazing and upbringing!
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Azazel ♒ 7293 Sitar-based djent/prog metal. I honestly expected some stoner fueled heavy riffing, but actually it sounds like something I think every metal kid should listen to so I totally endorse the thing. Keep it up and do it long and loud!
William Owens
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William Owens I thought a sitar-centric progressive metal band would seem jarring, but I am genuinely surprised by how well the layers of sound work together so seamlessly. The sitar works perfectly with the drums and contrasts so well with the distortion from the guitar and bass, which creates vibrant textures that I just love. It's wild and like nothing I've ever heard. I can't wait for the EP.
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LandY The first "Indian classical progressive metal" (Metal Injection). That says it all. You've never heard of it, but trust me, you want to hear it. It's pure gold. Unique. It will become your daily jam for sure
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"The Fall Of Sirius' is the opening track from the upcoming self-titled debut EP of the world's first Indian Classical-Progressive metal band- Mute The Saint.Defined by the Sitar player and founding member , Rishabh Seen as a perfect example of a song which shows and proves how two of such extremely opposite genres (Indian Classical and Metal) and instruments (Sitar and Guitars) can come together in a single musical setup create something having an emotional complexity, bridging the two genres without compromising with the signature sounds of both. Rishabh says that the song 'The Fall Of Sirius' is
'A powerful straight forward, hard hitting song which is extremely uplifting and emotional,having with a spiritual aura/vibe to it that can be felt throughout this song.The song was composed by Rishabh based on 3 traditional Indian Classical ragas (Scales) called - Hansdhawani, Mishra Khamaj and Des- which is something on the basis of which 'Metal' songs are not traditionally composed.

Mute The Saint's Self-Titled debut record drops out in February 2016 (For more details
Mute The Saint is - Rishabh Seen (Sitar) , Josh Seguin (Guitars), Jared Sandhy (Drums), Shashwat Kapoor (bass)




released November 30, 2015
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