So Far a Way

Music

Demo pre-listening

Here is an old front cover's working draft for information purposes only (the jacket has been made around the beginning of the recording, it must be actualised and modified on its aspect):

So Far a Way's Τὰ ἔμα ἀπολωλότα εἴδωλα καὶ ἄλλοι γλαυκοί μῦθοι's front cover

At the present time, the band is recording a demo entitled: “Τὰ ἔμα ἀπολωλότα εἴδωλα καὶ ἄλλοι γλαυκοί μῦθοι”. Before the end of the recording, here is the following songs (some instruments are missing and the mixes are not quite good, it has been done quikly):

Table of content

Religāmur
The last letter she wrote to me
Losing hope (the dark vision of my life)
Artificial paradises
Memento

Religāmur

With the drums, the keyboard, the bass, and, the rythmic and lead guitars.

Download the audio file of “Areligious”.

The last letter she wrote to me

With the drums, the keyboard, the rythmic and clean sound guitars, and, the vocals.

Download the audio file of “The last letter she wrote to me”.

Losing hope (the dark vision of my life)

With the drums, the bass (apart a few passages, but it will be recorded again), the keyboard, the rythmic guitar and the voclas.

Download the audio file of “Losing hope (the dark vision of my life)”.

Artificial paradises

With the drums, the bass, the keyboard, the rythmic guitar and the vocals.

Download the audio file of “Artificial paradises”.

Memento

With the drums, the bass, the keyboard, and, the rythmic and lead guitars (note that approximately fourty seconds are missing because the guitar of the version without vocals ended abruptly and thus a place to cut to make it end harmoniously had to be chosen).

Download the audio file of “Memento.

In the meantime, for the demo, ΚΦ still have to record the bass again for “Losing hope (the dark vision of my life)” and to record it for “The last letter she wrote to me” and Gloom still have to record again the vocals for “Areligious” and “Memento mori” and record the accoustic, lead and/or solo guitars for all the songs.

Broadcasting audio files' format (Ogg)

The audio file broadcasted here are in the Ogg format. It has been choosen because it's a free standart format (free in the sense of freedom) and because of its quality (for the same size, the sound is better on an Ogg file format).

Downloading audio files' format (FLAC)

The audio file downloadable here are in the FLAC format. It has been choosen because it's a free standart format (free in the sense of freedom) and because of its quality (for the same lossless quality, the size on a FLAC file format is smaller).

If you can't read that format, here are some softwares to be able to read to the FLAC format files: