Sweden, Icons Creating Evil Art/Svart Records
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From intense self-reflection to therapeutic comfort, exploration of dark corners of your mind you tried to keep constrained, or finding strength you didn’t know you possessed – the Shaam Larein universe is diverse and unexpected. What you can be sure of is brutal honesty exposing a raw state of mind without sugar-coating part of life’s devastating nature. / Vladimir Gospodinov. Shaam Larein started in 2018. The music is written by Shaam herself, but with the bands perspective, and ideas makes the sound complete.
It is aggressive and passionate, dramatic at the same time as the melodies become rawer live. The music has seeped out to a wide audience. She is called the Queen of Darkness like her musical sister *Chelsea Wolfe* from across the Atlantic, but the tone is completely unique. I want it to feel like being stabbed with a knife. To open a door to a staircase that makes one step into the abyss, to see things for what they are. It does not feel interesting to place myself in a genre, I create what is in me based on what I go through, and what has come out of me so far can certainly be considered dark. Shaam Larein feel the music in their bones – the stage presence is overwhelming in the best possible way. The gloomy vibe of most songs quickly shifts to a grand, confident one with even more powerful instrumentals and passionate vocal delivery than what you hear on the recordings of the songs. /Vladimir Gospodinov Subsequent years of silence were the catalyst to create the music that takes shape within ‘Sculpture’ which was released in 2020. When the pandemic became a fact, Shaam had to cancel her first tour that would take her from Stockholm down to southernmost Europe, with the Roskilde festival as the heart of the journey ahead. She has made several gigs scheduled during the pandemic, but has chosen to focus on recording a new record that will be released in 2022.