Featuring a blistering musical arrangement, Matt Miller has come up with a latest album. It has eight metal tracks, like ‘Skynet Sonata’, ‘Downward and Onward’, etc.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Salem, Oregon Apr 21, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Storming through an unapologetic weight and intensity, metal music artist Matt Miller has come up with his latest album ‘Decrepit Shed’. The album contains eight blistering heavy metal tracks like, ‘Skynet Sonata‘, ‘Downward and Onward‘, etc to name some. Each of the instrumental tracks shows an interesting approach to metal music with its powerful fusion, guitar skills, and drums. Moments of clarity, gritty, and distortion are well utilized to make the track sound more original and alive. Finely calibrated and deftly produced, Matt’s musical artsy bursts off through each beat and chords. Such an amazing musical approach is capable of stirring the emotions of metal lovers.
Hailing from Salem Oregon in the United States, this multifaceted artist is well revered for his musical craft and guitar skills in the metal band scene. The artist is widely known for his instrumental shreds that make the listeners enthralled. He has been working as a former guitarist for technical death metal bands like Monolithic Terror and Morbid Fascination. He is also involved with the power metal band Accepted Fate and Moonlit Madness. Matt is greatly influenced by many bands like Death, Cannibal Corpse, Megadeth, Dying Fetus, Necrophagist, Obscura, First Fragment, etc, and artists such as Paul Gilbert, Jeff Loomis, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman, and many others.
Matt has released a twelve-track song cover album this year, titled ‘Decomposer’ as a tribute to the legendary artists. The latest tracks ‘Skynet Sonata’ and ‘Downward and Onward’ are the milestones of his prolific music career. Follow Matt Miller over Spotify and Facebook to know more.
Check out these two tracks of Matt Miller on Spotify:
Skynet Sonata: https://open.spotify.com/track/4Gf56DuNnYCVVAKF08B3Gx
Downward and Onward: https://open.spotify.com/track/6pbbSXYeLEGqcHZq32GGDM
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