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REVIEW – Filip Dahl Performs The Most Guitar Interactive Storytelling With “Walking Towards Eternity



Influenced by bands like Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Kansas, Marillion and Dream Theater, Norwegian composer and multi-instrumentalist, Filip Dahl performs the most guitar interactive storytelling with his upcoming EP featured track “Walking Towards Eternity”, showcasing unique music reaction


Singing from the heart only by using his guitar, with soaring high notes that will get you to close your eyes and just visualize the story Filip is telling you. Displaying exceptional talent that is clearly driven by his influences that makes “Walking Towards Eternity” a one of a kind track



Filip started his music career as lead guitarist in various Norwegian rock bands back in the 70's, before moving on to become a recognized engineer and record producer. He was one of the main founders and owners of the highly acclaimed and successful Trondheim based Brygga Studio during the 80's and 90's. He took a self-imposed break from the music scene during the beginning of the new century, but he is now back again for full as a composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist.


This has so far resulted in three solo albums solely composed, performed, recorded and produced by himself. The album "Dark Angels and White Demons" was released in 2016, "A Fire Through the Night" in 2018 while "Translucent Dreams of an Opaque Mind" was released in the fall of 2020.


Six completely new songs were all released as singles during 2021. His musical journey continues in 2022 with the release of a new EP entitled “Storyteller”, featuring seven guitar based instrumental tracks including his featured track "Walking Towards Eternity”


Checkout the music video as you listen to Filip & his guitar tell the story !!





You can give a listen to “Walking Towards Eternity” below and make sure you give a follow to stay tuned with Filip Dahl's future releases





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