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Dysrhythmia - Barriers and Passages CD (album) cover




Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

4.07 | 25 ratings

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4 stars If this album could be described in one word, then I feel as though BONKERS fits the description perfectly. This 100% instrumental ART ROCK band has many different styles of music combined into one. Imagine King Crimsons riffs met up with Gentle Giants Time signatures and hung out with Mars Voltas energy. There. That pretty much somes up what this album is all about. Each musician is extremely talented and you can tell that this guys sat down and carefully constructed this album. When you first hear it, you may think that it's very loud, and just plain noise. That's what I thought at first but i gave it another listen and it grew on me alot. Now im a big fan of these guys after "learning the music" (if you understand what I mean) But even though it may not be the most melodic music, it's dissonance gives Dysrythmia it's sound and it's a very original sound at that. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to give dissonance a chance and rock out to some very innovative and original music.

P.S. Don't listen to this A) on headphones B) while trying to go to sleep

theblastocyst | 4/5 |


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