I'm mainly a guitarplayer with progressive metal as my main genre. But I've picked up some basic skills in other instruments as well. Here is a yt-link of a song I've written and recorded; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhdSU6KnDtI
Play my own compositions on stages and similar.
I don't want to sound cheesy, so I won't answer this ;)
Pagan's Mind - Supremacy Our Kind, the song that probably made me start with progressive metal.
Oooooohh... Very hard to tell. Like most artists that likes to experiment and not play inside a square model. But alot of the stuff I listen to falls into the category of Progressive Metal (Opeth, Dream Theater, Pain of Salvation........ this list will get long so I'll stop here).
Hard to tell. Sometimes music just comes to me, othertimes I just try to catch a certain feeling.
Heh... different messages with different songs.. The current album I'm working on (early 2017) is targeting bullying and some of the not-so-mentioned effects that I've heard from people or experienced myself.
Great! No more words for it.
Hard to tell. A musician have always been forced to work hard if they want to live on their music.
Haven't used it much yet, but seems like a cool idea.
Getting time to do everything that I want to do. I'm a student in Engineering Physics as well, and that takes up alot of time.
Not as much as I should.. But going to gigs at least.
Good music, good production and a lot of work doing promotions, keeping in touch with fans and creating networks.