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Small towns do not always welcome the dark creativity that fuels the soul of heavy metal. Multi-instrumentalist Justin Pierrot of Enderby, British Columbia -- a northwest Canadian town with a population of under three thousand -- found himself alone in his musical pursuits and took matters into his own hands.
The result: Stormland, a one-man death metal act that has evolved over decades as Pierrot hones his craft and interests.
Originally conceived in 2003, Pierrot recorded Stormland's first song with the help of a drummer friend. After beginning audio engineering studies at the Center for Arts & Technologies Okanagan in 2005, Pierrot was soon able to apply new principles in songwriting, recording, and drum programming to his project. These early songs were raw, but a kernel of what would become the Stormland sound was there: guitars that went from buzz-saw speed to pile-driving groove on a dime, classic rock-informed soloing, and dynamic death metal vocals.
Fast forward to the present: Stormland has moved to the city of Burnaby, B.C. and is now on the eve of his third release, Songs of Future Wars. Following 2009's politically-themed Colbert Made Me Do It demo & 2015's fantastical True, North, Strong, and Cranky EP, the upcoming full-length is inspired by Pierrot's love of anime - in particular, the Mobile Suit Gundam metaseries. Songs of Future Wars' eight tracks use each pilot or mobile suit to weave personal tales of violence, survival, & psychological damage.


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