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The Dark Journal (Concept Album)
The Dark Journal Concept Album Released May 2006
The Dark Journal
After last years Twisted Parameters CD, Kemic-Al follows up his acclaimed debut with a brand new project. Having declared his stand with the psy-trance propensity of that album, his new work, The Dark Journal, expands his creative streak in more than one dimension, taking it to another level of rhythmic dance music. To begin with, this album is a concept album, which is not quite what one would expect of a dance music record but more of that later!
On another level, Kemic-Al has applied himself more intensely than ever to building every sample, sound and rhythm from scratch, give or take the odd vocal snippet. It is a tactic he had got hooked on a while back, but over time he has confidently taken in the process of studio manipulation to the extent of even slipping in some vocal trickery for the sharp trainspotter to dig up on the new record. As he declared quite strongly with Twisted Parameters, Kemic-Als perspective of trance music doesnt rely on the more mainstream melodic genre. His is a more obscure brand, where the beat dominates the tune, while the trimmings weave in and out of the music to create different moods and vibes.
It is from this same perspective that Kemic-Al created The Dark Journal. Inspired by the true story of Vlad The Impaler, the inspiration behind Bram Stokers classic Dracula, Kemic-Al researched the subject quite deeply, picking up elements that punctuated his perception of Vlads tragic and darkly brutal life story. Bearing all this in mind then, it is hardly surprising that The Dark Journal has a strong cinematic twist to it. With each track running into the next, the continuous thread maintains a steady pace most of the time, while the carefully implemented string arrangements and interludes give the music a more defined portrayal of Vlads bloodied and tortured existence.
It is no secret that Kemic-Al is deeply influenced by film, and his latest certainly brings out this characteristic to the fore. Enhancing this cinematic perspective, which at times even reveals more than a hint of Gothic influence, is the inclusion of a 6-page booklet outlining the story behind the record, an effort that helps The Dark Journal come even closer than its predecessor to Kemic-Als pronounced dictum that Sound is the art of seeing invisible things.
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