Dysrhythmia / Rothko | Fractures [split ep]

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Fractures [split ep]

by Dysrhythmia / Rothko

Dysrhythmia delivers an authoritative, attention-seizing reconstruction of the "Contradiction" track, “Earthquake”, and have without question revisited old grounds simply to salt the earth.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Earthquake
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14:16 album only
2. Tell Your Story to the Winds
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7:32 album only
3. Torch
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4:53 album only


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In a most unlikely of pairings, New York instrumental wizards, Dysrhythmia, dig up the old bones of a beast laid to rest on their self-released Contradiction full length back in ye olde 2000, and have returned to grind it’s remains to a pitiful dust. Over a 14+ minute span, they deliver an authoritative, attention-seizing reconstruction of said release’s finale, “Earthquake”, and have without question revisited old grounds simply to salt the earth. Calmly answering from the opposing side of the musical universe, London soundscape artisans, Rothko, present 2 tracks of winding, throbbing reflection, where even the smallest changes in resonance funnel giant shifts in emotion - faultlessly demonstrating how sound can become environment and each note can be the next logical step to a far-reaching horizon.


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An unusual pairing
I have recently become a fan of Dysrhythmia's insane meto-intrumental onslaughts and so this release was keenly awaited. The Dysrhythmia track is all I expected. I huge monolith of metal godness. However the real surprise is Rothko's 2 ambient tracks. They counter Dysrhythmia's attack very well while still remaining vibrant and directed. A really successful split because so often, splits are not.