Feralman – The Ballad of Life and Death | Sneakily Tricking
Blown away by the rhythm’s liveliness. The creative and impressive blending of several rhythmic patterns is outstanding. The title of Feralman’s latest song, ‘The Ballad of Life and Death,’ is exactly portrayed. The composition swings between the literal connotations of life and death, and the song’s framework and pace completely justify the notion.
The dynamics he adds to the arrangement of his songs reveal Feralman’s preference for creating with a theatrical style. His intriguing modulation of the time signature at almost three critical points in the tracks removes the monotony and rather provides an extra layer of excitement moving ahead. This one feature distinguishes this song from others with similar sounds. The vocal harmony layer keeps you interested while never overpowering the core lead vocals.
The tune is upbeat and makes you feel lively. The violin used as a break between the voices is excellent. The violin used as a break between the voices is excellent. The marching drums ensure that we don’t miss a single beat during the breaks. All in all, it may help you feel a little warm and fuzzy.
Overall, it was a very enjoyable listening experience. I really liked the composition and the variation in the time signature; those were my main takeaways from it. The atmosphere would undoubtedly appeal to listeners.
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