Saudi Arabia’s Dusk is a one-man musical journey from the mind of Meshari Sangora. Presenting his latest EP “To Where I Belong”, the four-track EP of Progressive Instrumental Modern Metal is now available as of November 10, 2021.
The sophomore EP follows the 2020 debut “Ascension” and stand-alone singles “Enrapture,” “Particle of Shapes” and “Rotten Roots.”
Taking about 5-6 months from when initially written, the project was completed with its articulated riffs and solos. It is a recording that tells a story of musical taste that’s being challenged constantly and one that the audience will surely enjoy throughout.
“The EP is very raw and in your face with its rhythmic details and with every listen you give it, you can hear something new in the background that you haven’t noticed before,” says Dusk.
“To Where I Belong” is a mixture of clean guitar tones, complex rhythmic riffs, and tasteful lead solos. On this latest recording, Dusk teamed up with two fellow artists and personal friends legendary Saudi guitarist Madani Zakri who has on a guest solo on the track “Epiphany” along with one of the best upcoming modern guitar players from the Riyadh scene, Abdulrahman Elghazali who adds a guest solo on “Fear Is The Thing They Desire.”
Watch the official video for the title-track “To Where I Belong” through the YouTube player below:
1. Beneath My Fears (3:50)
2. Epiphany ft. Madani Zakri (4:48)
3. Fear Is The Thing They Desire ft. Abdulrahman Elghazali (5:25)
4. To Where I Belong (4:32)
About EP guests:
Madani Zakri got his musical success from the early 2000s where he got involved heavily in the Saudi Metal scene when it was underground.
Adding 12 years of experience in the GGC and UK under his belt, and having deep expertise in other genres like Rock, Classical Music, Eastern Music, and Pop, he became one of the local legends in the Riyadh music community.
Abdulrahman Elghazali is a Sudanese Progressive Metal artist based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia that has been a guitar player for 8 years along with being experienced with other instruments such as the piano and the violin. Some of his musical influences are: Tosin Abasi, Mark Holcomb, Yvette Young.
Purchase the track on bandcamp: https://dusk94.bandcamp.com/track/to-where-i-belong