Ra's Duality Explained

(Day in Rock) In anticipation of the release of Ra's sophomore album, we were given some tidbits about the release and why it's named Duality. - Ra recorded, produced and mixed 70% of Duality in Sahaj's parents' Upstate NY home and his own Sun God Rock studios in East Rutherford NJ, four songs of which were collaborations with producer Bob Marlette (Black Sabbath, Seether, Shinedown, Saliva).

Divided into two parts, the first labeled "Fear," the second "Love," Duality's dialectic covers a wide range of emotions in its journey from despair to hope. The intensity of "Take Me Away," interspersing howling guitars, tribal rhythms and Sting-like vocals, is juxtaposed with the reggae beat of "I Lost Everything." The Middle Eastern flavor and U2 feel of "The Only One" segues into the harmonic arena-rock of "Say You Will," while the wrenching distortion of "Taken" forms a counterpoint to the lush landscape of "Swimming Upstream," which unflinchingly views an unrequited love with measured regret. - Check out the full story link to hear the first single "Fallen Angels". - Click here for the Full Story

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