Escape into the world of high-stake music with Nir Nakav’s latest EP Child’s Play. The songs are powerful and leave the audience wanting more of his musicality.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Jerusalem, Israel May 30, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Full of experimentation and everything, an artist who has seen continuous success so far for his hardcore drumming talent is Nir Nakav. Despite the various trends, the artist contains a trademark style in his music that is a fantastic blend of death metal and rock atmospheric sounds, sticking to the audience’s mind for a very long time. The artist is a versatile drummer who possesses the ability to build the world’s first bionic drummer and is quickly marching towards becoming that.
The artist has been obsessed with drums for over decades and tremendously experiments with his style and beats. He has dropped various several hard-hitting projects and is out now with his latest six-track EP Child’s Play. The talented drummer made the EP with his kids during the last COVID-19 quarantine and the songs are a clear reflection of his profoundly attention-grabbing musicality. Few songs like ‘Like Father Like Son‘, ‘Resident Evil‘, ‘Bagels‘, and ‘The Way We Live‘ highlights the power-packed energy of the drummer as he offers a classic hard rock vibe with his consistent drum play. The consistent play of the drums laced with the artist’s unmatched energy elevates the whole thing.
Hailing from Israel, Nir Nakav is on a successful ride as he is all set to drop his next project titled The Nir-Death Experience shortly. There’s raw aggression in the way the artist plays the drums and takes on a distorted rock soundscape to offer a grunge-like vibe. The songs ‘Like Father Like Son’, ‘Resident Evil’, ‘Bagels’, and ‘The Way We Live’ stand as a definite highlight of his natural drum-playing abilities and are now available on Spotify for a full listen. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook for more information on his upcoming projects.
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