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Suhy explains how “Fulmination” came to be:
” “Fulmination” has been a long time in the making. Creating an instrumental guitar record that was riff heavy and had interesting melodies and solo sections has been in the back of my mind for about 7 years now.
The drums, which were performed by 19-year-old Victor Montanaro, had been sitting on my hard drive for about two years. Victor was perfect for this project. He was easily able to navigate all the shifting time signatures and adapt my programmed drums into his own parts. During some down time after recording the new Cannabis Corpse record and between Six Feet Under tours I decided to finish this thing up.
The meaning of “Fulmination” is “an expression of vehement protest” or “a violent explosion”. I felt it was the perfect title for the song and the E.P. overall. I use music to express the many things I feel each day and sometimes that expression is an angry and violent one when I’m trying to process all of the insane things that are happening in the world today. As artists, we can either let what’s happening around us be very upsetting and stifling to our creativity or we can flip that around and use that energy in a cathartic and positive way. “Fulmination” was a great for me in that way”
“Fulmination” is available for preorder in a various forms at THIS LOCATION.