Song Exploder: Oathbreaker Breaks Down an Epic Two-Part Song

Song Exploder: Oathbreaker Breaks Down an Epic Two-Part Song

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Friday, 28 October 2016
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On the Song Exploder podcast, host Hrishikesh Hirway talks to musicians who take apart their songs and, piece by piece, tell the stories of how they were made. Listen below.

Hardcore band Oathbreaker formed in Ghent, Belgium in 2008; in this episode, group members Caro and Gilles break down the two-part song that opens the band’s third album, Rheia. These two tracks, “10:56” and “Second Son of R.,” were written and performed as a single dyad. Caro and Gilles talk about how and why their sound transformed from a pure hardcore band to more of a shoegaze-influenced hybrid, and Caro talks about her own evolution as a vocalist and a lyricist, writing candidly about her own past.

Buy “10:56” and “Second Son of R.”on iTunes.

The music video for ”10:56 / Second Son of R.”

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