“The Fading Thought” is the title of the debut solo album of Jargon, founder of Verbal Delirium. The album will be released this May on vinyl and digital format. The music combines elements of classical and cinematic music with progressive rock. The arrangement of the string quartet was carried out by Nikitas Kissonas (Methexis), the drums were played by the drummer of Verbal Delirium, Wil Bow, while bass, production, mixing and mastering were handled by Leronidas Petropoulos. In the song HowcanI? Lupe (Mosquito) participates on vocals.
The Film (05:33)
In Search Of the Invisible Thin Line (04:53)
Dance of the Framed Words (02:38)
The Fading Thought (07:17)
Time Is Running Out (06:54)
How Can I? (06:22)
The Last Temptation (07:10)
Window to the World (04:54)
TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 47:35
Music and Lyrics by Jargon Album art by Dimitris Tzortis (Immensa Artis).
Pre-orders for ‘The Imprisoned Words Of Fear’, the new album from Greek progressive rock combo Verbal Delirium, ahead of release worldwide on 7th October 2016.
This, the band’s third album, is the latest instalment in their musical evolution – still grounded in the Seventies school of progressive rock, but incorporating heavier elements from metal and the intricate instrumentation and strong melodic grounding of jazz.
Jargon’s impeccable songwriting is still at the core, supported by a talented band of musicians (including Ciccada’s Nikolas Nikolopoulos on flute, sax and Mellotron) and co-produced, as ever, by Leonidas Petropoulos.
‘The Imprisoned Words Of Fear’ is available in Digpak CD – with superb design by Dimitris Tzortzis of Immensa Artis – and digital download formats.
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