After the release of their debut EP, "Creepmoon" the band found a few loyal followers earning them a reputation as a hybrid of classic Atheist, Voivod and Martyr cranking out sci-fi fueled horror subject matter and wild tech death, thrash ear punishment but gained even more followers after the release of their debut album PSYCHOGENIC ATROPHY which immediately places them in the.
Progressive Metal Dimesland. Album Name Psychogenic Atrophy. Released date 09 December 2014. Labels Self-Released.
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Dimesland is an abstract metal band based in Oakland, CA. Recommended if you like: Voivod, Loincloth, Deathspell Omega. Music: DIMESLAND (from the album "Psychogenic Atrophy"). Visual Virus 4 by Gustavo Charif (沙里夫·古斯塔沃). 22 October 2016 ·. DIMESLAND. 14 September 2016 ·. Here is promotional video for Dimesland's Psychogenic Atrophy. Directed by Tom Byrne.
Yet Psychogenic Atrophy provides us with a plastic disc filled with a music that is almost, but not quite, entirely unlike technical death metal. Dimesland call themselves abstract metal. The rest of the album is almost lo-fi, which gives it the on-edge feeling necessary for music that can suddenly collapse at any moment. Both the writing and production are very successful in achieving the tense, foreboding and unpredictable feeling that the band have tried to cultivate. Dimesland have made the unfortunate mistake of releasing Psychogenic Atrophy at that time in the year when no one is prepared to receive it. Year-end lists are being pushed out across the board and metalheads everywhere are consumed in the great works 2014 has already spat out, and only a few will find time to mull over this dense offering. Those that do will not be disappointed.