Demon Hunter and Dillinger Escape Plan Weeks Preview

(antiMusic) We hope you are enjoying our artist weeks. We're taking a day off from this week's spotlight to give you a preview of a few artist weeks we have coming up! Ryan Clark of Demon Hunter and Liam Wilson of Dillinger Escape Plan will both give us their five favorite tracks from their respective new CDs. Today we'll preview one track from each upcoming special!

Here is Ryan with "Carry Me Down" from Demon Hunter's new album ''Storm the Gates of Hell" which hit stores last week: This song is about my funeral. It's a song to my loved ones, hopefully giving them some peace about my passing. It's not that I plan on dying any time soon, but I wanted to leave this song as a sort of love letter to my family and friends- explaining that they don't need to mourn for me. Death is inevitable, and I think this song will, in actuality, give people some peace about it, even if it's 60 years from now. Preview some track here http://www.myspace.com/demonhunter

And here is Liam with "82588" from DEP's new album "Ire Works" which hit's stores today!: This is the first of the more aggressive songs we started working on; there were other pieces of things, some of the songs with heavier electronics were jin-jangling around on Ben's bevy of hard drives, but this one was the first thing we started jamming on as a full band in late '05/early '06. It took us almost that whole time to settle on what, or maybe how that middle spaghetti-western/narrative section would end up. Ultimately, I think the studio magic and the wide range of gear we had at our disposal finally settled our scatterbrains about it. This was also one of the last songs we tracked drums for. The long stab pattern that starts at about 1:20 into the song is basically just a latin rhythm that we sped up and twisted beyond recognition...I think a lot of listeners, from their point of view just think that stuff is at worst, random, or otherwise over-thought, but it all seems relatively normal or perhaps crafty from ours. Preview the CD - right here

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