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Slumber, Savage Beasts

by Aural Method

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Sea When I first discovered Aural Method, it was love at first sound. The music just hits me in all the right places. Favorite track: Breathe deep your chorus.
TONY ZAGORAIOS Aural Method always keep me inspired. I prefer them from many well-known atmospheric bands out there, Melody, harmony and not only pads with endless chords. An awesome band that has not been recognized as it should be. Favorite track: In lonesome winter forest.
Maarten van Valen
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Maarten van Valen thanks to your post on facebook grabbed this and it has been a divine listen! thank you! Favorite track: Breathe deep your chorus.
Alex Alexander
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Alex Alexander At first when listening to this EP, I missed the smooth, painstaking production and arrangement of AM's first full-length. After a couple listens though, I fell in love with the living, breathing dynamic of the live-in-studio performances. I also now feel that the texture and ambience is even more skillfully executed than on the first album. When the band gets into those swells of layer-upon-layer of passionate sound, I'm completely immersed in the sensation of beauty. Favorite track: Slumber, savage beasts.
Dario Lupo
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Dario Lupo Matt is an awesome artist, inspirational and incredibly poetic. This record is a bit darker and sad compared to his previous one which is more dreamy and nostalgic, it's perfectly crafted and emotional as usual. Favorite track: In lonesome winter forest.
Ian Jirasko
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Ian Jirasko Extraordinary, beautiful—but then again it's Aural Method so what did you expect. Favorite track: Breathe deep your chorus.
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A Haiku for the end of a struggle


released May 13, 2013

All music composed / directed by Matthew Kidd
Engineered by Jefferey Armstreet, Cody Smith, and Matthew Kidd at Red Tree Recording Studio, Magnolia TX.

Drums: Cody Smith
Guitars: Matthew Kidd
Bass: Zach Hendricks
Cello: Aimee Norris
Violin: Andy Shelton
Percussion: Cody Smith and Matthew Kidd
Vocals: Matthew Kidd

Mixed by Matthew Kidd
Mastered by Bob Boyd


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Aural Method Houston, Texas

Ambient music and soundscapes by Matt (Frodo) Kidd.

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