Sonic Mutations Spur Musical Evolution:
Results may vary.
Do you enjoy music that challenges rather than insults your intelligence (musical and otherwise)?
Do you prefer albums that provide a new sonic experience with each listen? Then Geoparasitism is the album for you. You’ll find genres change not from song to song; genre lines blur within songs. Songs spiral from experimental psychedelic jazz funk to prog metal with teleporting time changes and noise fests that would confuse Lou Reed.
The Mad Scientists have done the unthinkable by creating a monster that combines DIY ethos with outstanding musicianship. Slick and overproduced “indie” music is not what you’ll find on Geoparasitism. Instead, you’ll find music that is rough, raw, and challenges the listener to question their perceptions, both musically and otherwise.
The Mad Scientists have also beautifully merged the best of both modern and older music by taking musical and social elements from the 90s alternative revolution and combining punk’s angry social consciousness and the swirling unexpliciable confusion generated by avant-garde, jazz, and 60s psychedelia. One manifestation of this insanity on Geoparasitism is their choice to use analogue recording equipment instead of today’s more favored and slick pro-tools digital vices. The band took this route in order to capture the energy that is present in classic albums from artists like Pink Floyd, Led Zepplin, Black Sabbath, Soundgarden, and early Butthole Surfers. While albums from these artists may have minor technical flaws, the intensity will never be surpased by modern music that implement digital tools, which hide mistakes but strip the performance of its passion.
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National published writer Christopher Largen has observered, “Geoparisitism will challenge listeners musically and socio-politically. A few of the songs function as fine singles, but this eclectic fusion is rich with sonic layers and overarching lyrical themes, and so deserves to be experienced in full, with a macrocosmically enlightened ear.” If you are ready to take the challenge and evolve, check out out Geoparasitism.
Field Guide to Geoparasitism
-Masquerade of the Macabre: This catchy danceable tune will mutate into an earworm under the right conditions. Watch out!
-Blue Jam Sammich - Blues exposed to radioactive substances. Eat this mutated meal! Eat it, eat it!
-Life Left Behind: Quarky upbeat jazz infused rock.
-The Burning Circus Tent: Insturmental insanity. Escape the fire while you still can. No animals were harmed in the making of this song.
-Geoparasitism: Prog metal with brain blistering time changes and loud experimental noise fests that release you from their grip only once you brain cells have been perfectly rearranged.
-Amethyste: Noise Jazz that's been fermented to perfect level of funk.
-Hideously Mutated Life: Heavy bluesy rocker injecting toxic slime into your brain.
-Soma Holiday - Go to your "happy place" courtesy of The Mad Scientists & Aldous Huxley.
Side effects: Unknown?!?!
Key to the Universe - Epic psychedelic ballad that opens doors and turns on a dime.
-The Senders: Dark psychedelic metal inspired by William S. Burroughs.
-Slow Collision: Instrumental psychedelic noise explorations into the the outer realms of beauty and madness.