March of the Locrians

Story Behind The Song

It was created one day when I was playing my guitar. It's use of the Locrian mode of the major scale is where it's name comes from. In my mind the title March of the Locrians can refer to any fictitious beings, including Aliens. It definitely has an alien Syfy feel to me.

Song Description

The song starts off open and loose before the groove begins to creep in. It then becomes very powerful and dark. After it's verses or it's form has been played through, a very unusual and interesting guitar solo is played. After it's resolve, the verse is back. It ends with a crashing sound of strong dissonant chords.

Song Length 5:35 Genre Unique - Unclassified, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Lead Vocal Instrumental
Mood Tense, Distressed Similar Artists Primus, Jeff Beck
Language No Language Era 2000 and later
Music Brett Lucas Producer James Simonson
Publisher Brett Lucas JR FLIP MUSIC ASCAP Performance Saint Cecilia

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