“Nighttime” is taken from the debut full Dol Theeta album “The Universe Expands” released on the 25th of December 2008.
Author: Thanasis Lightbridge
It’s been almost 12 years since the release of my second project Dol Theeta. As I am about to upload all the Dol Theeta tracks and full album on YouTube, I thought that I should talk a little bit about that in my latest video.
So yes, I decided to upload my full albums as videos on YouTube.
Hey check out this crazy anime mashup fan video I discovered! It recreates the Dol Ammad – Hyperspeed music video almost frame by frame.
Batman loves his IKEA Arstid lamp, sometimes however he goes too far and opens portals to evil dimensions…
Stay tuned for the release of the track and video tomorrow…
My latest Spacecast where I talk about the Cosmic Gods albums: Hyperspeed and Astroatlas.
The 4th full Dol Ammad album: “Cosmic Gods – Episode II: Astroatlas” is now officially released!
The crazy enterprise that is Dol Ammad has assembled once again and six years after “Hyperspeed”, we present you with “Astroatlas”. The second and closing chapter of the “Cosmic Gods” space-metal saga.
I am very happy to reveal that the new Dol Ammad album is complete! The second and final episode of the Cosmic Gods saga is called “Astroatlas”.
My shop has fully transitioned to Bandcamp, a very artist-friendly service where you can now find most of our stuff.
Dol Ammad’s “Duel of the Fates” cover single is now available in all our trusted digital partners.
This IS the cover you are looking for! The masterpiece of John Williams through the unique Dol Ammad space metal style of bombastic sound design and epic classical choirs.
It’s been a long time since our last spacecast. But now I am back with new music. Dol Ammad will release a cover of the Star Wars epic “Duel of the Fates”.
Finishing up the choir recordings for the new Dol Ammad material, the Tenors arrived recently in the Lightbridge studio.
The lovely mid-high frequencies of the Altos filled the Lightbridge studio recently and Batman was mesmerised.
Cakewalk software was my first experience in sequencing and music production.
We had an awesome time recording the Basses for the new Dol Ammad material.
J. Demian, the guit-artist formerly known as Dim, has arrived in the Lightbridge studio to lay some dirt on my brand new squeaky-clean music.
The cogs are finally turning my friends. After a long slumber, we have started recording and producing new music.