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The Decline of the Flies and the Rise of Spiders is Tim Mechling’s Album

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Artist is Tim Mechling and his band with the Album The Decline of the Flies and the Rise of Spiders.

The Decline of the Flies and the Rise of Spiders is Tim Mechling’s Album

I was really impressed with the music proposed by this band. A compositional style that takes its cue from the past but manages to be modern at the same time.

An album that ranges from folk to psychedelic alternative rock and which demonstrates a great compositional experience and a developed artistic maturity.

The major architect behind this musical project is Tim Mechling. The sound understanding that these guys have managed to create is truly enviable.

The Decline of the Flies and the Rise of Spiders is a visionary and fantastic album. As I was listening to these beautiful songs, I thought about Lars von Trier’s movies.

Tim Mechling decided to follow his instincts and not mainstream commercial rules to compose his these tracks.

Absolutely recommended, as these guys can produce top-quality music.

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The Decline of the Flies and the Rise of Spiders is Tim Mechling’s Album

Tim Mechling – Guitar, piano, organ, bass, drums, lead vocal, Hannah Wyatt – Violin, harmonies, spoken word John Swanke – Electric guitar, Tad Kroening – Spoken word.

“The Decline of the Flies and the Rise of the Spiders” is a horrific freak-folk album about death, sin war, lust, murder, rebirth and all things southern gothic in-between.

It features an epic overture, eerie soundscapes, spoken word passages, murder ballads, over-the-top guitar solos, drunken preacher sermons and so much more. Like a Pink Floyd album, it was made to be listened to continuously from A-Z. Most of the songs bleed into one another with transitions.

This album was recorded in a manic spree in my little house, and features violin and harmonies from Hannah Wyatt, some fuzzed-out electric guitar from John Swanke and the preacher’s monologue from Tad Kroening.




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