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Stereopiate

Stereopiate

Stereopiate


The stereo is an opiate to our imagination. Stereopiate (pronounced ster-ee-oh-pee-eyt) is an abstraction to music as a drug. Anesthetizing the masses, music has the power to connect with the human condition and influence all. Over the course of 3 years, Residue was written, performed, produced and mixed by Nick. Residue evokes a contrast between light and dark by joining heavy guitars with melodic vocals. Reminiscent of Tool, Stereopiate uses odd time signatures and polyrhythms to build a long and complete experiment. Read more on Last.fm
The stereo is an opiate to our imagination. Stereopiate (pronounced ster-ee-oh-pee-eyt) is an abstraction to music as a drug. Anesthetizing the masses, music has the power to connect with the human condition and influence all. Over the course of 3 years, Residue was written, performed, produced and mixed by Nick. Residue evokes a contrast between light and dark by joining heavy guitars with melodic vocals.

Reminiscent of Tool, Stereopiate uses odd time signatures and polyrhythms to build a long and complete experiment. From the blaring guitars in “Hollow Sill” to the mesmerizing rhythm in “Insecure Fly”, Residue blends raw emotion with elaborate musical progressions. The album’s cover art completes the experience. Colorful images and heavy contrast allude to the emotion that drives Residue. Nick Roseth – Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, raised in a musical household and introduced to bands like Metallica early on.

Influences include Tool, Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, Metallica and Black Sabbath. 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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