Ayin | The Persistent Divide

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The Persistent Divide

by Ayin

Rock, Experimental, Electronic
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Hellspeak
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2. Never Woke Up
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3. Snafu
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4. Chemical Dependence
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5. Maechine
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6. Signal Lost
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7. Monel
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8. Theory In Season
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9. Angel Eyes
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10. The Unexpected, The Obvious
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11. Shallow End
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12. Nensha
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Album Notes
Like many long lasting acts today, Ayin, the experimental rock quartet, has proven to have the ability to consistently reinvent them selves while still maintaining their trademark "Ayin" sound, combining electronic soundscapes with rhythmic rock compositions. Their new album "The Persistent Divide" is no exception as it hints a new found direction anchored with their rock sound.

The band which consists of Bassist, Keyboardist, and Programmer Brad Verrier, Drummer Chris Hancock, Guitarist and Pianist Christopher Doucet, and Vocalist, Guitarist and Engineer Skaught Parry, have been working hard to provide their diverse group of listeners a taste of all of their influences which include Electronica, Film Music, 80's Pop, and Modern Rock.


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Terrific band
I really like this cd quite a bit. I heard them on the local show on 96.7 in SLC. Hellspeak is easily one of my favorite songs and Angel Eyes is terrific. This bad is very talented and I would be SURPRISED if they didn't make it very very big.

Craig Lloyd

Sad Days
I only recently heard Ayin for the first time. I immediately recognized them as an incredible band. Unfortunately, I've also heard that they broke up several months ago. This album could be one of the best albums I've ever heard. Tis truly a sad day.

Gene of St. George

Ayin is going to be the next best thing....
I've Seen Ayin Grow Over The Last Three Years Into Something Great, The Persistent Divide Is An Amazing CD.
Vocally And Musically One Of The Best CDs Ive Heard In A Long Time. I Strongly Recommend It!!!