The Unravelling Score YouTube Hit With Fire Breather
""Fire Breather" was written as a stream of consciousness, states The Unravelling's Steve Moore. There was no particular theme in mind besides the very personal lyrics. After recording the song and reading the news in 2009 of the intensive struggle of the Tibetan people, and how on some occasions the Tibetan monks would even set themselves on fire as a means of protest - self sacrifice, I was amazed at the parallels between their struggle and the lyrics in the song, and I'm happy it has this kind of double meaning now."
There is no doubt that The Unravelling makes one think, listen and open their minds to a wider world view and awareness. Hailing from Calgary, Canada, the members are inspired by a very diverse range of artists, such as Dead Can Dance, Tool, Opeth, Nine Inch Nails, Arcana, Jeff Buckley and Dillinger Escape Plan. At first listen an audience can without a doubt hear those influences. Especially in "Fire Breather," a strong Opeth and Nine Inch Nails vibe is felt. Pure Grain Audio describes their sound as "tactfully diverse music that's overflowing with a bloodthirsty passion."
The album is expected to be released this Spring but for now you can check out the video - here.