Jehangir Aziz Hayat: Defining The true Soul of metal with “Read Between The Lines” (Album Review)

January 20, 2010


Sadaf Fayyaz

The young man from Peshawar has started his music journey by releasing his debenture “Read Between the Lines” recently. The album in total contains twelve tracks, with three of these being promotional tracks and already uploaded. I haven’t touched metal genre of music, but this time, it sounds good to write something on hard metal. I have been mostly reviewing other genres of music. The opening tracks “Bringing me Down” and “Frozen Waters” define the soul of hard rock metal.  These are the tracks that a true lover of metal music would really relish. The track “Pretend to be” is the one that beautifully defines Jehangir’s vocals, being a softer and lighter number.

Jehangir Aziz Hayat Releases “Read Between The Lines” (Order Now)

January 8, 2010

The debut album of Jehangir Aziz Hayat is out now. Jehangir, known for “Never Change” has aggressive yet sober tone of vocals along with is hard-hitting riffs which have elavated his music across the globe.

Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal

Download / Order (MP3) – $9.99

Length: 53:13


“Read Between the Lines” is a blend of aggressive tones merged with the sobriety of Jehangir’s vocals. The album itself crafts hostile riffs along with some more mellow melodies. Most of the songs in the album define Jehangir’s outlook on his father’s life. The frustrated tone within “Bringing Me Down” and “See You Soon” brings out a new colour within South Asia’s music industry, whereas tracks like “Pretend to Be” and “Light the Fuse” bring out a more personal feeling of strong emotion to the listener. If you like a nice blend of Nirvana, Megadeth and Pantera, then this is the album for you.

Jehangir Aziz Hayat – Show Me Something Real [Exclusive]

September 16, 2009

Artist: Jehangir Aziz Hayat

Song: Show Me Something Real


Jehangir Aziz was born in Peshwar, Pakistan on June 5th 1989. He had an interest in music since he was a child and learned how to play the guitar at 12. He’s won many online competitions and challenges himself at any point given, All that paid off when his video for ‘Never Change’ came out. It was nominated for best video on Indus Music all that at 16. Some of his side projects include “Serving Servants”, “Graveyard Shift” and “The Judas and Fisherman Project”. He’s one of the few most talented youths to emerge from Pakistan.