Terrorizer Magazine Host Dichotomy ‘…Of Strife Of Discord’ Premiere
Melodic Tech Death quintet Dichotomy have teamed up with Terrorizer Magazine for the video premiere of ‘…Of Strife Of Discord’. The track comes from the debut album ‘Paradigms’, which was self-released last month.
Watch ‘…Of Strife Of Discord’ Here
Vocalist Kev O’Connor comments, “The song’s title is a reference to Eris, Greek goddess of chaos, strife and discord. The song is about the destruction of the self and allowing chance to rule one’s course; about becoming the embodiment of chaos.”
“The video coincides with this theme with the character interacting with her ‘other’ and steadily becoming more corrupted over the course of the piece. The contrast between the two halves was shown in black and white, fitting in with the band’s name as well.”
The band hailing from Dublin, Ireland draw influences from bands such as Death, Necrophagist, Gojira and Opeth and was formed in 2010 by guitarists Andy Kealy & Rats with a mind to combine the technicality of death metal with the groove and musicality of other genres. After establishing a line-up in 2010 the band began writing material under the name Dichotomy to suitably describe the contrasting styles used in the music. Summer 2012 bore the fruits of their hard labour as the band took up residence at the world renowned Westland Studios in Dublin to record ‘Paradigms’ with producer Alwyn Walker.
What The Press Say About ‘Paradigms’
“Pure, furious, unadulterated melodic tech death metal blended with groove.”
“This eight track tempest of skill and aggression instantly sets the Dublin quintet as one of the most formidable emerging predators within European metal.”
“An elite metal killing machine of the highest order pushing the boundaries of the genre. One for the Ages.”
-The Power Of The Riff-
“Modern, yet paying heed to tradition; technical, yet groovy as hell. Give it a whirl and boast that you caught it before everyone else did.”
“Blistering, technical and melodic in all the right places, this is a world-class performance from Dichotomy”