Mick Gordon is a composer and sound designer whose compositions aim to transcend the perceptual boundary between music and its context. Mick’s work considers the role of music as a translation of the world in which it exists rather than a simple accompaniment. Through creativity, interpretation and collaboration he develops a meaningful exchange between the visual world and music culminating in the authorship of a unified original work of art.
Vivid images of planetary personifications come to mind when embraced with Nebula’s Eye's music. This instrumental solo project offers a professional blend of various genres stretching across a vast timeline as rock music collides with the metal era and beyond. With each genre conjuration, Nebula’s Eyes allows the music to manifest itself with the listener deeply as opposed to a passing note. Guitar lines spiral and transform deep as the arrangement grows more intense. Low end rhythm twist and turn but remember to pay homage to the golden rule of music, which is silence.
The band Silent Zone started as guitarist Michal Jankuliak's solo project, consisting of his numerous guitar ideas. Few years later he was joined by Peter Krivda on guitars and Lubos Ruppeldt on drums. They polished and finished Michal's ideas, added lots of Peter's and started recording at Michal's home studio. In December 2014 they got an offer to play at Winter Orava Rockfest at Nizna, Slovakia. So they quickly got in touch with Adrian Malovanik to play the bass. They played a short set consisting of three of their own songs and some improvisation. In January they finished recording.
Mentally Blind is a progressive metalcore/djent band from Wrocław, Poland founded in 2009 by Filip Mieszkalski. In 2014 Antek Olech, one of ten contestants chosen by Northlane in a contest for their new vocalist, joined the group. One year later Mentally Blind released The Perception EP and played gigs with such bands as Hacktivist, Monuments, and Bury Tommorow. Currently the band is finishing their ten track debut LP which will be recorded next spring.