Video trailer of the forthcoming album "The Isolation Game" available and exclusive comment by Björn "Speed" Strid
Few days from the release of their fourth album entitled "The Isolation Game", Disarmonia Mundi publish a comment issued by Soilwork's frontman Björn "Speed" Strid after he listened to the final version of the album in which he appears again as guest vocalist:
"Being a part of the recording of Disarmonia Mundi's latest album was a blast!
A video trailer of the forthcoming album "The Isolation Game" can be seen below.
The band also published the following statement as an introduction to the themes dealt in the lyrics throughout the whole new record.
The Isolation Game: A Statement
To preserve yourself in nowadays society you must play an isolation game.
Your point of view, your perspective, your will.
Is your role in this world truly chosen by yourself?
The only way to discover your inner potential and to become what you really want to be
You don't need idols to imitate or trends to follow:
Do you really need someone to tell you how to look like, how to behave, how to feel?
When it comes to your life the only opinion that truly matters is yours.
You're the only one that has the right to decide what is best for yourself,
They want us to be like sheep: easy to control, easy to exploit, easy to sacrifice.
Stop obeying rules others decided for you, don't take things for granted
Don't let the media control your emotions and manipulate your point of view:
Don't let preachers castrate your instincts with their empty words:
Don't let governments sacrifice your children's lives on the frontline for their greedy wargames:
Don't sacrifice your identity to be something you're not.
There is no such thing as "people", only "individuals": all different, all unique and all free by birthright.
Always demand to know the truth and to live by your own free will.
The only true great enemy of mankind is ignorance and the subsequent fear that it breeds.
Get rid of what they want you to be, discover who you really are.
Welcome to The Isolation Game.
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