Track of the Day: Station Dementia – BEUK

‘Station Dementia’ is the first BEUK song from The Long Wave Studio in Cardiff (Wales UK). The Belgian hard rock trio worked with British top producer Romesh Dodangoda, who earned his stripes doing incredible jobs for iconic bands such as Motörhead, Bring Me The Horizon (number 1 hit ‘Mantra’), Bullet For My Valentine, Funeral For A Friend, and Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons.

“Romesh gave us a sound that fits right into his world: a combination of hard rock and roll with a modern spectrum. He pumped extra power and emotions in the voice, adrenaline in the guitar riffs and punch in the beats,” say Roel Jacobus (voice/bass), Matthias ‘Meyke’ Demey (guitar) and Larry De Moor (drums).

“Station Dementia” is a song about mental decline. “Your head becomes empty, nothing remains. Each souvenir, each memory is wiped out,” singer Roel Jacobus comments on the intense lyrics.

The cover art was created by Belgian artist Robin Van Oyen, whose father’s band St. James toured with AC/DC and Van Halen. Robin has also provided the cover art for the band’s earlier EP, and their singles.

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