Embrace The Dead
Kekal's 2nd full-length album, originally released in 1999. The album
was originally released on cassette and CD formats back in 1999, and
origina versiona have been entirely sold-out since 2004. This version
was digitally re-mastered in 2017 to enhance the audio quality. Known as
Kekal's most challenging and probematic album -ranging from the
technical issues on the recording, financial difficulties, to many other
things including label rip-off and lack of promotion and distribution of
the album- " Embrace The Dead " became a heavily sought-after Kekal
album, that sounds different than the rest of the band's discography.
Musically, " Embrace The Dead " was the band's first attempt to
introduce more complex and progressive epic, symphonic approach in the
1000 Thoughts of Violence
Kekal's 4th full-length album, originally released in 2003. Dubbed as
Kekal's most successful album to date in terms of sales and reception "
1000 Thoughts of Violence " caught international attention shortly after
the release due to the uniqueness of it's usic : combining stylistic
elements of jazz-fusion, progressive rock, psychedelic, dub, trip-hop,
experimental electronic and ambient music into its own distinctive style
that is unmistakably Kekal. Praised by critics and enthusiasts alike,
they started to cite Keka among the world's most important 'avant-garde
metal' bands, and the band toured Europe for the first time in 2004 (as
the first Indonesian band to tour Europe) -Played a string of shows in
the Netherlands, Germany and Sweden.