Feathergun in the Garden of the Sun Lyrics. Rubber like your lover's neck You tripped into the garden You tripped into the garden of the sun And on you tried unbuttoned eyes In bilious delusion Tripping past your guard into the sun. These dreamers So eager Throw their hands in the fight. 2. Turning Sheep Into Goats.
The more Feathergun plays together as a band, the more we seem to merge long time. The album is going to be dynamic. Expect heavier songs than you ever heard from us, and some soft, thoughtful ballads. All of the lyrics are considerate and important to us. Nothing is fodder. This is our sophomore album and there's a lot riding on it for us-from an identity perspective.
Progressive Rock Rishloo. Band's List Progressive Rock Rishloo Feathergun. 7. Feathergun in the Garden of the Sun. (5:17).
Progressive Metal Rishloo. Album Name Feathergun.
After releasing their second full length Eidolon Rishloo became somewhat of an enigma. Playing multi-layered, melancholic progressive rock, it is difficult to see Rishloo become a mainstay in any mainstream commercial outlet and yet the inherent quality woven through the unsigned Seattle quartet is undeniable and points to an assured future prosperity.
This is an album labeled as "Crossover" while it is heavier and even more metallic than what "Crossover" connotes. There are some very clever guitar stylings and effects used herein. Vocalist "Drew" is quite talented and versatile. I find the unusual A-B-A- B-C-D and A-B-C-B-C-D song structures quite refreshing
Musically, Feathergun provides something for most kinds of listeners. While there isn't much in the way of spectacular, genre-pushing musicianship, the album still makes for an enjoyable listen. Guitarist David Gillet provides most of the much-needed variety, his effects-drenched guitar work constantly changing styles and sounds. Despite Gillet defining most of the album's high-points, however, Rishloo's sound is dominated by Andrew Mailloux's vocals.