Days of Confusion has officialy announced the release of their first LP, called “Yin & Out”, alongside the first tour dates. The album that can be streamed or downloaded on all platforms from here https://UMR.lnk.to/YinAndOutPR while the physical boxset can be ordered from here http://smarturl.it/YinAndOut-INTL.
The album was written as a concept, based on a cycle in the human conscience’s journey and it is accompanied by a themed board game, whose heroes are none other than the band’s members. The artwork was designed and realized by two contemporary visual artists, master painter Matei Serban Sandu and Dragos Stroe, thus creating a series of 12 symbolic illustrations, which speak loudly about the story of each song
Days of Confusion is one of the most succesful Romanian djent/modern progressive metal bands, that was formed in 2010 in Bucharest by long time friends Cosmin Lupu (vocals/guitar) and Cezar Popescu (guitars/vocals). For the fans of Tesseract, Karnivool, Periphery, Monuments, Bring Me the Horizon, Dredg.
Days Of Confusion – Eternal Summer (video oficial)
Days Of Confusion – Memories From My Future Lives (video oficial)
Days of Confusion:
Cezar Popescu (guitar)
Cosmin Lupu (vocals/guitar)
Andrei Zamfir (bass)
Mihai Ardelean (keyboards/guitar)
Alex Halmagean (drums)
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