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Temple of the Morning Star

Today Is the Day

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Today Is The Day is noise-rock that is about the primacy of rhythm. That's how I like it - obvious and bludgeoning. A natural beat that almost swings, not the noise-rock of a multitude of different screams from a speeding train. Intense and fearsome is the visage worn by this burly beast. This shows also the warped possibilities of Today Is The Day moving from unconventional instrumentation to a more typical lineup. Today Is The Day comes on strong as Zeni Geva but holds on to the idea of underlying consistency that evidences composer Steve Austin's appreciation for the Laughing Hyenas Lost Crimes album.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Quasi-cult-like in its construction, surgical in its execution, eclectic to a fault, Today Is the Day emerged from Nashville, Tennessee, in 1992 as a trio of musical misfits with tremendous technical abilities lead by founder, guitarist, and vocalist Steve Austin. Not the easiest to define sonically, Today Is the Day combines the challenging time signatures and chameleon-esque musical proficiency of King Crimson with the raw-boned intensity, volume, and power of Slayer. Between those poles, Austin...
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