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DECORTICA are an art metal trio from New Zealand, who formed in 2005. In 2008, the band self-released their debut album, "A New Aesthetic", and followed up with the conceptual album "Love Hotel" in 2011, to critical acclaim. DECORTICA's sound is interestingly diverse, notably comparable to a number of the more alternative rock-oriented crossover acts like DEAD LETTER CIRCUS, FAIR TO MIDLAND, and CIRCA SURVIVE, though sonically they are notably heavier, hence their presence in a metal subcategory. They channel a very grand sound for a three-piece act, at times reminiscent of the more grandiose moments of DREAM THEATER or the unique, mathy chordwork of THE FALL OF TROY, as well as the freneticism of modern-day MASTODON, establishing themselves as an impressive and edgy modern art metal band, and part of a burgeoning scene of forward thinking rock artists in the Australian/New Zealand music scene.

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3.33 | 3 ratings
A New Aesthetic
4.00 | 3 ratings
Love Hotel
4.00 | 4 ratings

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