It can also be there becouse of the story behind the album. But there's always a reason. If there comes a disco part after death metal, it's definitely not there becouse of some kind of a humour aspects. Actually, usually those parts that differs from the "normal" are the ones that are the most serious, at least what comes to the lyrics.
It's just that how you express those feelings and thoughts. You could, of course, just scream all out and create something that someone has done before. But for me, that has never been enough." Olema on Bandcamp, SoundCloud and Facebook Tatu Hanhikoski: instruments, vocals, programming, composing/lyrics/arrangements Past members: Saga Elgland: vocals, arrangements (2011-2012) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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