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Sweet amalgamation of...

2011.02.16 12:47


Diversity and manifold paradigms might be the core factors that make our lives worthwhile. After all, if things were all monolithic in life, one would have to carry on with a boring and dull days. For instance, in the world of music, we have heavy and guitar driven music which I am a fan of, but we also have electro and R&B, an essential part of clubbing. Hence we enjoy a lot of different things through life.

Sometimes in the music world, the awesomeness is achieved by blending some distinctive entities together. Have not we all seen the rise of melodic death metal realized by pioneers such as In Flames and Dark Tranquility? When we take a step to mix different styles, an unexpected result might present.

Eyes Set To Kill


Eyes Set To Kill is an examplary band combining different elements of music, allowing a new and fresh listening experience. Having been initiated by two sisteres, the band tried to mix clean vocal of female and screamo element usually performed by male vocalists. To begin with, people doubted their musical ability and assumed that they will be another boy-girl band at best. Nonetheless, the sweet amalgamation of different musical elements has brought them into the famous status.

Today, we can not succeed unless we try for something new, and constantly seek for diversity. Eyes Set To Kill shows us that the diversity can be accomplished through creativity. That is what defines this band from the others, not to mention being the hottest chicks in metal, according to the Golden God Awards.

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