Aristic - Dimensions Album (Click image to read the PDF) 

Release date: 20.9.2019

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Label: Self-released

Genre: Metalcore, deathcore, progressive

Hometown: Gothenburg, Sweden

Influences: Periphery, Veil of Maya, August burns red, Northlane, Intervals

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Aristic is a solo-project founded in 2019 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

With the desire to be experimental with his music, Niklas Runstad started a project where the focus is to not let the creativity be limited by any rules of styles.

 

By inviting vocalist the project has a unique benefit to create music in any style and surprise the listeners with pretty much anything. The music genre is metal. With a structure of metalcore, deathcore and progressive music. Influences are drawn from all types of rock and metal music.

 

With a taste for experimental artists and bands. Like Jinjer, Periphery, August burns red, Intervals, Veil of Maya and KING810. Aristic works with music as an art and therefore there are no limits to what music can be created.

 

-"Like a Tarantino movie, once it's over you have to watch again to understand the plot"

Tig/Tala 

Second full-length album 

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A concept album of world issues as, environment, war, social media as well as life-issues (gambling) or life changing (parenting). 

 

The title is Swedish and basically translates ”Silence/Speak”. Although there are a deeper meaning to the title it indicates the instrumental songs being ”Tig” and vocal songs ”Tala”.

 

In ”Tala” sections there are six songs with six different vocalists from Sweden, France, United Kingdom and the United states.  The styles includes, Deathcore, Metalcore, Prog metal and nu-metal.  Taking influences from bands as ”Veil of Maya, Born of Osiris, Erra, Jinjer, Hacktivist, Gojira, Infected rain”.

 

In ”Tig” sections there are three experimental instrumental songs in ”WRG” (Pirateprog), ”El Capitan” (LatinDjent) and ”Tig” (Robometal). Influence taken from bands as ”Syncatto”, ”Intervvals” and ”Gojira”