Genres: Progressive Metal. Members: Tiberius, Morph.
Black Death, United-Kingdom (2014 - Self-Released) Learn more.
Simply put – Deconstructing Sequence have done it again, very much garnering my close interest for their future works. Their material stands apart as its own entity sound wise, marrying the most interesting bits of Arcturus, Aborym and Nocturnus into a most impressive amalgamation of star bound brilliance. Now the question is; when are they going to stop teasing us and release a full length album already?! Originally written for ww. venoctum. Throughout the two tracks on the EP, there are a ton of samples used to go along with the lyrics and music. A very common one sounds like communications between a space shuttle and earth.
It was 2013 when we first encountered Deconstructing Sequence here at Moshville Times – almost four and a half years ago now. At the time, they had only released their EP, Year One, though the three tracks on it still ran for almost 25 minutes. The description used by the band back then was Black, Death, Progressive, Avant- Garde and Cosmic Progression is chock full of all of those. The Agonizing Journey could also relate to the length of time it’s taken to get this album out.
Yeah, that doesn’t really sound like a lot, but the futuristic mech-out violence metes out a very high quality to make up for the relatively low quantity. They pack as much music into these tunes as a doom band can fit into eight hours, so we’re not complaining.
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Deconstructing Sequence was founded on the premise that music, even heavy music, should never be dictated by, nor acknowledge boundaries and/or parameters. In other words, anything goes as long as it fits into the bigger picture, and gels with the sound and music itself