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Dark Matter

by Dana Dechaby

Released 2017
Released 2017
An evolution in progressive metal/instrumental 7 string guitar music.
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Progressive metal/instrumental 7 string guitar for the next generation. Compositions inspired by extensive study of composers such as: JS Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Paganini, Bartok and Shostakovich. Modern Hi-Tech guitar reminiscent of Tony MacAlpine, Jeff Loomis and Tosin Abasi.

All music written and performed by Dana deChaby (c) 2017
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Devolution Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Dana endorses Ibanez Guitars and Digitech Products

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We say goodbye to our world. It's depleted resources and ecosystem can no longer support us anymore. As our species has always done, we depart for the latest frontier. 

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Pulling away from our sun takes maximum escape velocity in order for us to clear our solar system. If we survive this, our chances of finding our new home improve. 

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Passing through the Oort cloud at great speed we see Tyche, named after the Greek goddess of fortune and prosperity. Our final connection to our solar system, we take this to heart.

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Beyond the Oort Cloud into the vastness of deep space. 

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Emerging from our deep sleep, we come across the star, a White Dwarf, that is the next signpost on our journey. 

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As our astronomers had predicted, a Black Hole has us in its gravitational grip. We must submerge our fear and put our faith in our science that inside the Black Hole a worm hole will lead us to...

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Time and Space break down, our worst fears have come true. Reality ceases to exist. Our collective unconscious is the only thing keeping us sane as we hurtle through the worm hole. 

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The contrast could not be any bigger as we drop out and see...Proxima. Small and alone it welcomes us closer, finally to our new solar system. 

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The binary star system comes into view. So far our predictions have been correct. The gravitational pull of the twin stars slows us as we change course. Taking us to where our new home should be. 

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Our ships are nearly exhausted, the trip proved almost too much to bear. As it comes into view we descend near the azimuth of the planet and hope for the best upon landing. 

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So far the atmosphere is supporting us. Flora and fauna are all edible. We have almost all survived the journey to our New Earth. We must never repeat the mistakes of our ancestors and treat our new home as what it is: Eden.