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The Veil Of Control

by Dysrhythmia

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Grimmrobe A mind-warping labyrinth of amazing epic progressive tech. Favorite track: Severed and Whole.
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Deadpanist It simply doesn't get any better than this. Frenetic drumming, ethereal guitars, a bass that graciously links everything. Best album of 2016. Favorite track: The Veil Of Control.
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John This album glitters in the dark. It is one of those performances where every string and drum struck is a synapse firing toward the revelation of an epiphany. Favorite track: Internal / Eternal.
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Len van der Wolf A coming of age album. The culmination of 16 years of musicianship. On the basis of these two tracks, a near perfect marriage between post Wetton KC and Permant Waves era Rush.
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Dakeryas Outstanding piece, which offers a crushing journey in shades of black! Favorite track: Internal / Eternal.
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dyslexicon7 Mindbending masters of sound who weave beautifully intricate musical architecture that touches parts of the subconscious and the macrocosm that are rarely heard in music, i hope these men never stop what they do, because its so important. Favorite track: When Whens End.
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noun: dysrhythmia; plural noun: dysrhythmias
1. abnormality in a physiological rhythm, especially in the activity of the brain or heart.

Having established themselves as one of the most notable progressive and unique instrumental metal bands since their inception over 15 years ago, NY-based (originally Philly-based) power-trio DYSRHYTHMIA reflect their musical expression in mirroring the definition of their moniker.

Through six full-length albums, DYSRHYTHMIA (Kevin Hufnagel/gutiars, Colin Marston/bass, and Jeff Eber/drums, Hufnagel and the ever prolific Marston also comprising one-half of GORGUTS and were specifically recruited by Gorguts mastermind Luc Lemay to join his band when he resurrected the legendary technical death metal wonder several years ago) have shown the ultimate in musical fortitude and expression through wondrous jaw-dropping musical compositions that go beyond the mere definition of jazz-infused avant-garde technical extreme metal.

With their new album “The Veil Of Control”, the band’s seventh full-length and their first since their Profound Lore Records debut in 2012 “Test Of Submission” (the band released their previous albums on Relapse Records), DYSRHYTHMIA have once again created a new expression within their jaw-dropping repertoire (Hufnagel solely using a 12-string guitar on this latest LP) that will go unparalleled within the niche genre of “instrumental progressive metal”, proving once again they are an untouchable entity within the scene.


released September 23, 2016

Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Colin Marston at The Thousand Caves.


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