“The Happiest Days of My Life” is the follow up release to David Galas’s previous album “The Cataclysm”
(2006 – Vendlus Records). This new album explores the personal decline of mankind and plunges the
listener into dark chasms of desperation. The music borders between dark progressive rock to dark-wave
and gothic genres. His use of multi-layered guitars, harmonized vocals and a heavy wall of sound is a well
recognizable trademark from his previous band "Lycia".
Most of the songs are in a minor key, slower tempos while the entire album features 13 tracks, including
“Last Days of The War”, “Arizona” and “Glory”. Total running time is over 70 minutes.
º The Last Days of the War / Sect IV
º Dead Days / Sect V
º The Happiest Days of My Life
º Monsoons over South Mountain
º The Significance of Failure
º When the Thread breaks
º The Happiest Days of My Life Part 2 / Sect VI
º The Happiest Days of My Life Part 3 / Sect VII
º Everyone Eventually dies