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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Disperse premiere new video clip

Progressive metal outfit Disperse have released a new music video for the track "Message from Atlantis", which can be seen here.

The song is taken from the Poles' critically acclaimed album, 'Living Mirrors', which is still available at the Season of Mist shop.

The album, which has been called "mesmerizing" (Prog Archives), "one of the top albums of the year" (, and "an album that puts them above and beyond many other bands" (It Djents) is streaming in full at the Disperse Bandcamp page, where the group is also offering a free download of the track "Profane the Ground".

A previous Disperse clip for the track "Enigma of Abode" is streaming here.

Artwork and tracklisting of 'Living Mirrors' can be viewed below:

1. Dancing With Endless Love
2. Enigma of Abode
3. Profane the Ground
4. Prana
5. Message from Atlantis
6. WOW!
7. Universal Love
8. Be Afraid of Nothing
9. Unbroken Shiver
10. Touching the Golden Cloud
11. Butoh
12. Choices over Me
13. AUM

Disperse inject fresh momentum into the progressive genre. On their second full-length 'Living Mirrors' this young Polish band demonstrates that they have learned the essential grammar of their musical language by heart. There are moments of hovering fluidity taken from the void left by Pink Floyd. You will find the complexities of cascading syncopated breaks, odd-time signatures and all these tools of trade that Dream Theater brought close to perfection. And most of all, there is a strong undercurrent of Cynic’s playful approach in elegantly fusing hard metal sounds with just any style they deem appropriate ranging from jazz to electronic elements. Yet although Disperse reveal their roots, they already managed to shape a sound of their own on debut album 'Journey Through The Hidden Gardens' (2010). This was the fruit of long and hard labour since their founding in the Polish city of Przeworsk in December 2007. Disperse released a demo entitled 'Promo 2008' and quickly gained a reputation as an excellent live band, which earned them an invitation to the prestigious GO-Rock Festival among others. Their reputation spread rapidly and international shows including the UK Tech-Metal Fest in Alton as well as the Euroblast Festival in Germany followed. 'Living Mirrors' is witness to the Poles' amazingly fast growing skills as creative songwriters. There is a maturity and confidence in their arrangements that emphasise the melodic flow instead of utilising their considerable technical skills for self-service and showing off. Disperse make progressive rock and metal seem easy. Yet listen closely and you find an ocean full of amazing details!

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