Addnerim | The Potential Threat

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The Potential Threat

by Addnerim

loud, energetic, thought provoking, Texas Progressive rock.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Against the Current
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2. The Potential Threat
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3. The Will
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4. Silverburst
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5. Media Ministry
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6. Evolution (of the Mind)
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7. Opener
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8. Merchants
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9. Astronomy
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Since 2002 Addnerim have been making a name for themselves. Known for their unique sound and energetic stage show, Addnerim tend to push the envelope off of the table. Influenced by every thing from Prog Rock: (Rush, Tool and King Crimson), to Punk: (Misfits, Ramones, and Dead Kennedies), to Metal: (Iron Maiden, Meshuggah, and early Metallica), you could say this band is very diverse. Although unlike some other experimental bands, Addnerim know the importance of being melodic enough to not steer listeners away with over indulgent wank fests. Lead guitarist and vocalist Tyrel Choat describes Addnerim as beeing Progressive Rock/Metal "hold the cheese", meaning although they dabble in poly-rythems, odd time signitures and solo's, the message and the song itself always comes first.

Long story short, you do not have to be a virtuoso musician to appreciate Addnerim's music, but for those of you who are, you will be amazed with the skill level and over all musicianship brought to the table by this Texas trio.


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