All Things Fallen – S/T

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Apr 262019
 

The thrill at hearing the organ run, bolstered by sawtoothed synths followed by the guitars, bass and drums crashing in is visceral. The guitars, at first glassy unleash a threatening growl before all is pulled back to foreground the voice. All Things Fallen is the brainchild of Markus Sigfridsson, guitarist for Sweden’s Darkwater, and on this album he also fills out the melodic progressive metal sound with contributions on bass, keyboards/programming and vocals. This is not a one man show; All Things Fallen benefits from the vocal talents of Erik Tordsson (End of September) and the rhythmic powerhouse that is Leo Margarit (Pain of Salvation) on drums.

The sound is full, melodic and powerful and the songwriters ponder the dystopian present, poignantly illustrated by the spoken word samples scattered throughout the songs. These spoken word samples appear well-researched, as they dialogue – in documentary-like fashion – with Tordsson’s lyrics. “Ex Nihilo” is a good example in this regard. Continue reading »

Apr 132019
 

The new Swedish melodic progressive metal project All Things Fallen are thrilled to present the first single and music video from their upcoming self titled debut album which will be released their on May 1st 2019. The album will be available on CD, and digital.

The video for ‘In The Divide’ can be watched below, ‘In The Divide’ is available at all digital outlets.

Project started by Markus Sigfridsson in 2015. Markus Sigfridsson is a guitar player, songwriter and co-producer in bands like Darkwater, Harmony and 7days. Continue reading »

Apr 082019
 

The new Swedish melodic progressive metal project All Things Fallen will release their self titled debut album on May 1st 2019. The album will be available on CD, and digital.

Project started by Markus Sigfridsson in 2015. Markus Sigfridsson is a guitar player, songwriter and co-producer in bands like Darkwater, Harmony and 7days.

The idea to start All Things Fallen came from the need to get more of his music out in the public. Continue reading »