Monday, May 27, 2024

Andromida Rumbling

Andromida has dropped a new single with a metalcore cover of anime hit Attack On Titan‘s ‘The Rumbling’ featuring Daedric, that’s out now via FiXT. 

The official music video features a vocal performance from Daedric, heavy guitars, and fast-paced rhythms interlaced with a growling metal chorus for a turbulent atmospheric single perfect for any Attack On Titan fan. 

Andromida is a one-man, progressive metalcore project by composer and producer, Ramon Gutierrez.

Diagnosed as legally blind at a young age, Gutierrez felt a strong connection with music. At the age of three, he began learning the violin. While learning the violin, it quickly became apparent that he was unable to read sheet music provided by his teachers, but that didn’t stop him. He went on to learn the instrument by ear, eventually playing pieces by composers like Bach at a very young age. At the age of 11, Ramon decided to take on the guitar. Just like the violin, he learned completely by ear, only this time he did not have any help from teachers.

Eventually, he became fascinated with the idea of writing and producing music, so he began teaching himself how to arrange songs, produce, mix and master his own music in his late high school years. During his time in college, he began taking steps to start pursuing music. After trying and failing several times to form a band, he eventually decided to take on the endeavour by himself, thus starting Andromida in 2016.

“I’m a huge fan of Attack On Titan as a whole, and this opening theme just really resonated with me, so I wanted to give it a new spin,” said Gutierrez. Attack On Titan has made a huge impact on me and has even inspired some new music. So, this is my way of paying tribute to one of the best pieces of fiction.”

You can check out the video for the single right here at RAMzine.

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Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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