Pareidolia Unleash Debut Album (News)

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If it’s powerhouse prog rock that you’re after, then the fast-rising Pareidolia is the band for you. Hailing from New York City and consisting of Chandler Mogel (vocals), Stephen Dadaian (guitars), Jon-Michael Caldwell (bass), and Ryan Bertone (drums), the band will be independently issuing their debut full-length, Denied Truths on June 24th (available through Amazon, iTunes, and CD Baby but also streaming services like Spotify, Google Play, Apple Music, Tidal, Rhapsody, iHeartRadio and others).

This was an interesting experience because it represents the first time we all worked together for an extensive amount of time,” explains Stephen (who also co-produced the album, along with Ethan Bill). “I wanted every track to have a special meaning on this album. While it’s not a concept album in the traditional sense, there are common themes that bind the tracks together. We touch on topics such as the trials and tribulations of man, overcoming our own faults, things we all face at one time or another in our lifetime. Trends come and go in music, but I feel music with substance and a meaningful message can never be swept to the side. We wanted the intensity and energy behind our message to match the music that was the vessel we were delivering it through.

And the sonic proof is in the quality of the tunes, especially in several of Stephen‘s favorite tracks. “‘Quench the Fire’ is a raw, aggressive, energetic track that is only fitting to start the album. ‘Betrayed Within’ was a favorite, so much so that we decided this would be our single to shoot our first music video for. This tells the story of being betrayed by someone from within your inner circle, even a family member. ‘Redeemed’ is one of the heavier tracks on the album with perhaps the most intense guitar solo as well. In a way, this song embodies our approach to this album. However, the palette spans a broad range and whether you enjoy the fusion breakdown in ‘A Part of Me’ or progressive solo sections in ‘Leave Me Alive,’ there is plenty to listen to depending on your mood.
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