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Album Review

If you're looking for technical metal — but don't have the patience for sissy bands obsessed with medieval times — then prog-death metallists Dysrhythmia are the band for you. On their 2009 release, Psychic Maps, the Philadelphia-based/all-instrumental trio manages to incorporate tricky bits into their songs, without the whole thing coming off like one big wankfest. Picture a vocal-less Mastodon, and you're not far off from the style that Dysrhythmia specialize in. And the lads are certainly one of the hardest-hitting of all the "tech metal" bands out there at the moment, as evidenced by such ditties as "Festival of Popular Delusions," "Triangular Stare," and "Iron Cathedral," and they even approach King Crimson territory with "Reactionary." On Psychic Maps, Dysrhythmia succeed at showing off their instrumental chops, without coming off like a bunch of dorks.

Customer Reviews

If you're reading this, you'll probably enjoy this album.

Dysrhythmia doesn't have much mainstream publicity. If you found this cd than you must have been looking for it. You should definetly buy it.


Just saw these guys live, Amazing show, if u like technical instrumental tunes, or if u are into their other albums you will like this one for sure


If your a fan of Dillinger Escape Plan and old Voivod this is for you. Amazing album and they tare the house down live.


Formed: Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Progressive rock, heavy metal, indie rock, avant jazz, and ambient mesmerism are combined through the high-energy music of Philadelphia-based trio Dysrhythmia. Formed in March 1999, Dysrhythmia represents the vision of guitarist Kevin Hufnagel and bassist Clayton Ingerson, a former music major at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Friends since high school, they worked together in the mid-'90s as members of Grey Division Blue. Although they separated for a couple of years, Hufnagel and Ingerson...
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