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Dissonance

Dissonance

Dissonance


There are at least five artists to have used the name Dissonance: Slovak technical death metal group DISSONANCE. Death Metal phenomenon DISSONANCE began play with original name NOTORICA. They have recorded 4 demos and after guitarist leave they have changed style from Thrash Metal to more complex and technical Death Metal compositions. After problems to find some label they have finally released their only album "Look To Forget" under Czech label Czech Panorama in 1994. DISSONANCE have played many live gigs especially in Slovakia and Czech. Read more on Last.fm
There are at least five artists to have used the name Dissonance: Slovak technical death metal group DISSONANCE. Death Metal phenomenon DISSONANCE began play with original name NOTORICA. They have recorded 4 demos and after guitarist leave they have changed style from Thrash Metal to more complex and technical Death Metal compositions. After problems to find some label they have finally released their only album "Look To Forget" under Czech label Czech Panorama in 1994.

DISSONANCE have played many live gigs especially in Slovakia and Czech. http://www.myspace.com/dissonancesk OR... Female fronted Industrial, Dark Pop, Electronica. So catchy, you won't stop singing these incredible melodies! They released their 2nd full length CD, 'Reincarnate', produced by Lars of Oneiroid Psychosis, on Nilaihah Records after a strong debut CD on Paul Robb's Hakatak label (Information Society). Complete with remixes from OP and Signal 12 plus a cover of The Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby". Dissonance has currently disbanded, but their CDs are still available.

OR... "DISSONANCE was a Flint, Michigan seminal hardcore punk band known for their unique brand of melodic thrash and hyper-energetic live performances. From 1982 - 1987 they grew from humble punk roots to become a viable force in the Midwest underground music scene developing a respectable and loyal following. Committed to a strong DIY ("Do It Yourself") work ethic and willingness to explore, they combined elements of hardcore with metal, rock, funk and (arguably) even hip-hop. Hosting many nationally-touring bands via their own booking and promotion efforts, they played with groups such as Black Flag, Suicidal Tendencies, C.O.C, 7 Seconds, D.R.I., Wasted Youth, Die Kreuzen, Toxic Reasons, Crucifucks and Slayer.

They toured the country in the summer of 1986 and disbanded in the summer of 1987. The smell, however, has lingered... " (from the DISSONANCE myspace page) OR... Very obscure band from Vilnius which is little known outside their home country. Bleak doom/death with weeping guitars, growls and melodic solos.

Occational speed outbursts are to be expected as well. While being surprisingly innovative in a genre full of copycats, it is still recommendable for fans of Anathema. It is said that they have moved into the direction of rock on their later releases. OR... Side project of Cripple Bastards, existing between 1990 and 1991, consisting of CB members Giulio The Bastard (vocals) and Alberto The Crippler (guitar), as well as a drummer named Luigi.

Dissonance was the CB guys' outlet for their more hardcore/thrash influences, rather than the grind/noisecore that CB was performing at the time. They recorded one demo - "Proud People Suck" - which was released as a three-way tape with Cripple Bastards and K.S.G. in 1991. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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