Nobody would understand this song unless they knew Uaral, and perhaps listened to the whole album. It might sound funny to you, but this track is beyond what you hear. It's Aciago and Caudal, weeping for someone they loved and respected, someone that taught them everything, told them stories, someone that they respect, their mentor, Uaral, that passed away. Not only this track is called Uaral, but so is the band. Hence the name of the album - "Sounds of Pain...;" it's simply a breathtaking album of powerful emotions. Rest in peace, Uaral.
if you have listened to this track only.. yeah you can laugh.( however I wouldnt) but there is nothing funny with it when you listen to the whole tracks and then come to this one... absolutely a depressive experience...
This is not a song, but just an outro. If you have started to listen to them with this piece, it's normal that you find it ridiculous. You have to listen the whole album to understand why they made this painful ending, calling it "Uaral" because it was the name of their dead mentor.
I think this song is worthless if taken apart from the album. Of course, at first, i hated it, laughed about it and wondered who were the guys weird enough to include "this" in their first album... But in the end, as a few enlightened listeners said, Uaral is all about sincerity and raw expressions of amazingly powerful emotions. So, it's not a "song", but it goes with the concept and all in all, an adequate closure to this breathtaking album.
I should actually be saying "yeah this is kind of ridiculous". But how many people have made a track like this? Either it's extreme faggotry, or it's pure emotions which I in that case respect. Nothing to listen to on repeat though.