Jilly Comrie and Daniel Junglas to appear on Gatekeepers album

Posted by Cherelle R. on Saturday, June 15, 2013
Two more guest artists have been recorded, and you can now listen to both of them.

First of all, the pianist/singer-songwriter Jilly Comrie has recorded some piano tracks for the Gatekeepers album. I met Jilly in 2009, and we soon became good friends. Jilly played live with Legend's Ghost in 2011, when we opened for the Chilean band The Fallacy. She was also a winner of the Semifusa competition in Ecuador in 2012.
You can hear Jilly here, in the title track of the album.

Awhile ago, my inner metalhead decided the album needed some heavy metal vocals, in the form of the character of Primal Emotion. Primal Emotion is supposed to represent the purely emotionally, instinctive side of all of us, the part of us which, if we are not too afraid of it, can lead us to deeper levels of creativity. I was working on Helge Kautz's voXager project at the time and noticed my co-star Daniel Junglas, who plays the Patriarch (incidentally, one of my character's enemies, even though I assure you we get along great in real life) had the right voice for the part, so I offered him the role, and, needless to say, he accepted! So have a listen! (I will warn you, Ivan, my sound engineer, has not worked his magic on this one yet!)




Jilly Comrie and Daniel Junglas to appear on Gatekeepers album

Posted by Cherelle R. on Saturday, June 15, 2013
Two more guest artists have been recorded, and you can now listen to both of them.

First of all, the pianist/singer-songwriter Jilly Comrie has recorded some piano tracks for the Gatekeepers album. I met Jilly in 2009, and we soon became good friends. Jilly played live with Legend's Ghost in 2011, when we opened for the Chilean band The Fallacy. She was also a winner of the Semifusa competition in Ecuador in 2012.
You can hear Jilly here, in the title track of the album.

Awhile ago, my inner metalhead decided the album needed some heavy metal vocals, in the form of the character of Primal Emotion. Primal Emotion is supposed to represent the purely emotionally, instinctive side of all of us, the part of us which, if we are not too afraid of it, can lead us to deeper levels of creativity. I was working on Helge Kautz's voXager project at the time and noticed my co-star Daniel Junglas, who plays the Patriarch (incidentally, one of my character's enemies, even though I assure you we get along great in real life) had the right voice for the part, so I offered him the role, and, needless to say, he accepted! So have a listen! (I will warn you, Ivan, my sound engineer, has not worked his magic on this one yet!)




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