THE DYSTOPIAN PROJECT Release Paradigm EP

August 11, 2017, 7 days ago

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THE DYSTOPIAN PROJECT Release Paradigm EP

The Dystopian Project's newest EP Paradigm is now available on Bandcamp.

Paradigm further explores their progressive roots. Traditional keyboard sounds have been augmented by the addition of sound design to the song structure, while maintaining the strong vocal harmonies that make The Dystopian Project stand out among their peers. Always challenging the perceived norms of how things should be done, The Dystopian Project continue to grow and develop, cementing their burgeoning status as a powerful and exciting creative unit.

As the band explains; "Take the Gazillion bands and narrow those down to bands that use twin guitars. Now take that lot and narrow it down to bands with the twin guitars and keys. Narrow that down to bands who use sound design. Narrow those down to the bands who add acoustic elements and extra percussion. Narrow those down to bands with philosophical lyrics that paint pictures, tell stories, and make you think.  Narrow that down to bands with a multi-talented female lead. Take those bands and narrow them down to those with three lead vocalists. Now take what's left and narrow it down to the bands who might fuse together rock, metal, and prog and combine these with three-part vocal harmonies and addictive melodies. That consist of a repertoire which includes song lengths from just under 4 minutes to just under 20 minutes. Once you have narrowed down the gazillion bands to those who include all of the criteria listed, you may find there's not so many bands out there who do what we do, in the manner in which we do it. And probably none that sound like us, act like us, look like us, write like us, or come from where we come from!"

Tracklisting:

“Ashes Of Time”
“BGN”
“Death Leaves An Echo”
“The Utopian Suite (Ascension, Acceptance, Decline)”

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