Thursday, December 4, 2014

Unconscious Disturbance "Shooting At The Moon"

Country: Brazil
Genre(s)Progressive Metal
Release dateDecember 04, 2014
  1. Camouflage - 4:34
  2. Verdict - 6:27
  3. Flight - 5:08
  4. Regeneration - 8:20
  5. Running Inside - 4:46
  6. Down the Well - 3:10
  7. Hollow - 14:05
  8. Hollow (Edited Version) - 2:04
Kiko Freiberg - guitar, vocals
Daniel Freiberg - drums, vocals
Tim Haggerty - guitar
Danny Dahan - bass

Unconscious Disturbance is a young Brazilian band now living in Brooklyn looking to make their mark playing a brand of aggressive prog metal that is an interesting fusion of intense and highly intricate guitar-based prog rock and modern aggressive metal. The band’s music begins with an aggressive approach that encompasses a large range of metal styles from thrash to death to alternative but with a ton of subtle progressive elements that include jazzy chord work and extended psychedelic jams (especially on the 14-minute album closer Hollow.)  Because of the large stylistic variety going on here, I found myself at first unable to really get a handle on what the band’s musical conception is but then realized it’s best to let the music wash over you and be swept away by it.
 Read the full review by Jeff Stevens at progmetalzone.com


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