Following the album's release, the band went on several tours with acts such as , and. It is strictly forbidden to share links to albums via file sharing sites Zippyshare, Torrent, Kingdom Leaks etc. It seems as though breakdowns are not the conventional cause of listener distaste, but rather the lack of anything else to supplement them or provide a contrast of musical style within the song. Archived from on July 11, 2011. Even when there is a small instrumental in Cool Story, it still kicks in harder than you expected.
Is it a musical vehicle that has absolutely no allegiance to genre as much as it does to getting the message across? However, the band's songwriter and lead vocalist Saud Ahmed has stated that the band is not Christian, as the band has never written a song about Jesus, but has lyrics quoted from the about God. However, there also is an abundance of vulgarity and a never-ending assault through a condescending message to followers of Christ. The track features Saud Ahmed of The Holy Guile, was released via Swimming With Sharks Records. History Leaving The Crimson Armada After the dissolution of his previous band, Saud Ahmed decided to make his once studio-only side project, The Holy Guile, a full-time reality. I simply wasn't the same person anymore and couldn't continue playing music that my heart was not behind.
We were essentially a completely different band under the same name. . After the dissolution of his previous band, Saud Ahmed decided to make his once studio only side project, The Holy Guile, a full-time reality. With the return of inspired guitar work, a breakdown or two in one of the 4 minute songs is not too much to handle. Understand What I have been saying is all an illusion Of layers created and shit I've been spewing From minute to minute to seconds reusing Rewinding the time, crushing the limits All of talks shit is the weakest exhibit And I'm infinite I'm infinite Hold up for a minute bet you thought that I was finished But I'm in it for the kill know I'm always gonna kill it Step inside the rhythm lemme see if you can rip it like i rip it Competition all diminished Feel it? Facebook, Twitter, ReverbNation, Label website, whatever! I simply want to apologize to all the fans who were left in the dark. No one warned us for the ridiculous amount of baggage that came with being a full time touring band. In the summer of 2008, the group inked a deal with , and in July, 2009, the band released its debut album,.
Occasionally, a swear word invokes a feeling in the listener that cannot be created properly in any other manner. After pressure from the local music scene, the group reformed a year later. Follow the band on their official page : Recorded by Vince Salinas Produced by Saud Ahmed Vocals by Rusty Noland Guitars by Steven Rubio Guitars by Eric Gonazales Bass by Jeremy Ferguson Drums by Bobby Hall Keys by Stephen Rezza. On October 29, 2012 the band announced that lead vocalist Saud's side project, , had become a full-time band with new members, and that The Crimson Armada would not be putting out another album. Ahmed's are both with an incredible range as well. Bottom line the band died long before our last few tours.
Using them sloppily and with great frequency, however, is detrimental to the work as a whole and pervades it with a sense of distaste. The line-up was complete at the very end of 2012 and began playing out locally in Ohio in early 2013. The Holy Guile is a side-project now full-time of the lead singer and guitarist of The Crimson Armada, Saud Ahmed and Dan Hatfield. Every tour we went on we ran into some kind issue and someone quit and we ran through a new member every few months. Guardians was written over several years with the original members kyle, and david and myself saud.
Ultimately it just didn't feel right anymore. In the Summer of 2010 the group headed out on the. To follow suite, Ryan McGee had one man in mind for drums: Andy Baxter, who he knew from previous run-ins with an old producer they had in common. It is no surprise the difference in sound between our two full lengths , Guardians and Conviction. I would not trade this experience for any amount of money or fame. After josh and david decided to leave our band we decided as a band to take a more secular route although i had already written a religious record. Saud Ahmed's vocals have always intrigued me.
The song features Levi Benton of Miss May I and will be featured on the upcoming release. I can speak for all members that were ever in this band that we had an incredible time performing and travelling the country. They released a statement on their Facebook recently. Upon finally announcing our secular turn we were met with lots of negativity which put me in a real dark time and I retaliated immaturely and unprofessionally. Then, Morick suggested for guitar a good friend, Ryan McGee, who had just ended his prior band conveniently weeks before being asked to join, thus allowing him to be free to focus his time purely on The Holy Guile. To follow suit, Ryan McGee had one man in mind for drums: Andy Baxter, whom he knew from previous run-ins with an old producer they had in common.
I couldn't think of a good way to link you, so I copied it below. Watch the video below, and tell us what you think! I also owe a huge apology to all the fans who looked up to us for inspiration as a religious band or a christian band. Soñar Azul I: Visionary Feat. Retrieved on November 23, 2011. I am going to clear things up briefly as possible.