With The Deadest, an organic dance and eerie merging tune of tremendous horror, NightGod and Michael Edward Johnson take creativity to unanticipated new heights.
With this nostalgic yet theoretically insightful tune, NightGod pays homage to a punk kind of art in which participants rebelled against the structures and authorities in existence at the time.
Apart from the usual, recognizable sound of NightGod’s music, the composition here is exceptional. The tune is immediately intriguing, engaging, and fascinating as it flows through the full-on creepy atmosphere and the visual storyline surrounding it.
Beyond the stylistic details and appealing riff, a song enchants and absorbs the listener beneath it all. The title itself and the prospective concept are unusual and draw the listener’s attention right away because of their distinctive nature.
The Deadest, with its emphasis on simplicity and creepiness over melody and progression, is an outcry of human depth and feeling. The song’s mere setup, as well as it is clear energy and passion, serve to underscore these aims quite effectively.