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No Interference

a Studio release

Release Year: 2001

Date Label Catalog # Comments
Regarding 'no interference'... "...totally different from 99% of prog metal bands...every new listen is a true adventure where you discover details that make the album ever more precious." 9 out of 10 - Disagreement Online "'no interference' is a release not to be missed." 4 1/2 out of 5 - Edge of Time "...the record Sonic Youth would make if they cared more about heavy metal, the record Slayer would make if they were art school nerds." - Philadelphia City Paper "Killing stuff!" - Laser's Edge
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 11/24/2001 12:00:00 AM
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  1. body destroyed, brain intact
  2. craving for transformation
  3. no interference
  4. circulatory system overhaul
  5. let you fall
  6. orbiting
  7. nutritional facelift
  8. slumlord
  9. we lead the way
  10. psychic desolation
  11. four, five, six minutes late
Kevin Hufnagel
Clayton Ingerson
Jeff Eber

Reviewed by MJBrady on 13 Apr 2002

Dysrhythmia is a three piece band that plays intensely complicated music that could be described as Progmetal, with very Technical tendancies, the music is all-instrumental, and serves up staggering complexity, built around three part organized chaos. The band wastes no time doing solos or meandering into jams, but provide a strict time measure mutating music that will appeal to listeners of Technical Metal, or MathRock, some bands that fit this category that can be cross-referenced are: Maximum Indifference, Actual Time, Annon Vin, Sieges Even, Spastic Ink, Buzzard.