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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Pseudo/Sentai: MetalSucks Streams Bansheeface, The Outfit's Debut Sci-Fi/Horror Mental Musical Novel


Just days ahead of its independent public availability this Friday, the Bansheeface full-length debut by Brooklyn-based progressive/metal antihero squadron, Pseudo/Sentai, is now playing in its entirety via influential online portal, MetalSucks.

The extraterrestrial creators of Pseudo/Sentai were inspired by the thematic elements of Super Sentai and other antiheroes, and with a primary objective of saving humanity from itself, created a brand of incredibly dexterous and infectious cutting edge form crossover metal. The intense laser beams of otherworldly harmonious dementia captured on the collective's thirteen-song debut album, Bansheeface, is heavily interpreted by the human ear as 8-bit video game signals, sci-fi movie effects and other nonconventional musical creations.

Based on about two-hundred pages of sheet music, five years went into the making of Bansheeface, the nearly forty-five minute record co-produced by Colin Marston who handled all engineering, mixing, and mastering details at Thousand Caves: Menegroth. The entire new album is available for streaming early through an exclusive premiere courtesy of MetalSucks, who states of the band's face-melting output, "That's a whole lotta notes, but don't worry: Bansheeface is technical and proggy, but it never devolves into riff salad. Chalk it up to the talent of the band's members... These are musicians who specialize in making semi-experimental, elastic, and techy-yet-melodious metal, and Pseudo/Sentai only further demonstrates that they are masters of the genre."

Explore Pseudo/Sentai's boundary-free Bansheeface through MetalSucks now at this location.

The unit's "Classic Tactics Of Xenocide" video is also playing at Bloody-Disgusting here and the video for album-opener "Quantum Cardboard" here.

Pseudo/Sentai will autonomously issue Bansheeface on Earth-based digital platforms this Friday, October, 16th. Preorders for the record can be placed via Bandcamp at this location.

Bansheeface sees color-coded primary Pseudo/Sentai members RED [a.k.a. Scott Baker] providing lead vocals, programming, guitars and lyrics, and BLUE [a.k.a. Greg Murphy] on lead guitar, programming and vocals, while cohorts Jeff Eber (Dysrhythmia, Zevious) was implemented on drums, Jon Ehlers (Bangladeafy) handled all bass, and Sawyer Schneider provided additional guitar/stunt guitar tracks.

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