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UNEVEN STRUCTURE Premiere New Single
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French progressive metal sextet Uneven Structure begins a new chapter of their career with the release of the single “Incube”.
“‘Incube’ is the first of many videos and an introduction to the universe of La Partition” quotes guitarist and founding member Igor Omodei.
The single provides a first insight into the new concept album La Partition (coming April 21st, 2017) and is now available as video, download and stream.
Igor Omodei about “Incube”:”It’s been a while since we had the idea to showcase ‘Incube’ first as it is a track where the Februus and La Partition stories bridges, featuring all the important characters from this album.The video is some sort of homemade story-telling experiment. The lyrics on this album being more frontal, I’ve ended up using Matt‘s vocals as actual dialogue lines. This in turn produced a more relaxed, short-movie-ish feel to the video I guess, which is something I’ve been interested in giving a try for quite some time now! All parties involved are close friends and family members, we’d like to thank Alex Meddeb from Gravity, Manon Quinot, Thomas Romarin and the TCRM Blida for their help in doing these videos.“
Hailing from France, one of the biggest markets and breeding stock for bands within the Tech Metal and Progressive Rock scene, Uneven Structure was formed in may 2008 from the intention of Benoit Friedrich (bass) and Igor Omodei (guitar) to finally bring the technically enhanced and progressive music they had been working on for themselves alive. The sound they were aiming to create was a one of a kind merger of groovy polyrythmic guitar riffs with huge slick of ambient guitar leads, which they undoubtedly accomplished. Since the release of the debut album Februus in 2011 the band did multiple European tours with tech metal and prog rock genre-leaders such as Protest The Hero, Textures or Tesseract and performed at festivals such as Brutal Assault or Euroblast. While listening to the new album La Partition you will hear and feel the progress and growing the band made since Februus, due to the fact that their sound is now even more complex and perfectly arranged, catchy, experimental and technically enhanced, but also groovy. A perfect combination of the hardness of metal with the elaborate techniques of prog and the atmospheric sounds of ambient. Not only has the sound of Uneven Structure been growing and changing with this new album, but also the band internally. With Arnaud Verrier on drums (ex Zuul FX and Kadinja) and Steeves Hostin (Beyond The Dust) as guitarist the band is more than perfectly prepared to continue their legacy, but also to open a new chapter in their musical career by performing mind-blowing live shows all over the world.
Arnaud Verrier – Drums
Benoit Friedrich – Bass
Igor Omodei – Guitar, Production, Videos
Jérôme Colombelli – Guitar
Matthieu Romarin – Vocals, Production
Steeves Hostin – Guitar
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