Danish melodic deathsters get ready to release new record
Killing Gandhi was founded by Martin Arendal og Kasper Gram in 2011, after testing their musical skills with Manticora, Wuthering Heights, Evil Masquerade and Ureas for ten+ years.
Their debut album “Cinematic Parallels” began to take shape in the spring of 2013, after joining forces with Thorbjørn Jensen (ex. Sickseed) and Rasmus Schmidt (Illdisposed, ex. Corpus Mortale). “Cinematic Parallels” is their version of the scandi metal sound, with inspiration from bands like In Flames, Arch Enemy, Dimmu Borgir, Soilwork among others on the Heavy Metal scene, and Medina, Robyn and Daft Punk on the more commercial scene. This gives Killing Gandhi’s sound a good mixture of short, effective and catchy songs.
The concept of “Cinematic Parallels” is a top 11 of Martin Arendal’s all time favourite movies. The 11 movie titles then got renamed based of Martin’s interpretation of the film, and that title based the headline of each song, and lyrics were written with that title in mind. Therefore the title “Cinematic Parallels”.
The debut album from Killing Gandhi is mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Pretty Maids, TÝR, Evergrey a.o).