If you like Dysrhythmia, you should also check out: Aghora, Behold... the Arctopus, Canvas Solaris, The Deserts of Traun, Ohm, Spastic Ink
Philadelphia's Dysrhythmia are a fine instrumental trio, focusing on a combination of math rock, metal, art rock, and jazz. After releasing two full-length albums independently, and gathering a small fanbase of rabid fans, they were signed to Relapse Records. A better move could not have been made by the band. The label set them up to tour with some of their more popular acts like Mastodon, which provided increased exposure to the band. In the midst of touring, the band managed to release Pretest, which allowed a little bit of their raw side to creep into their tight, technical playing.
Sadly, sometime during the subsequent touring, bassist Clayton Ingerson decided to leave the band. It didn't take long for longtime cohort Colin Marston from Behold... the Arctopus and Infidel? / Castro! to step in and fill his spot. Barriers and Passages, which sounds like a mix between Pretest and Behold... the Arctopus was then released in April 2006.
The band has begun another tour, this time with Chicago's Yakuza, and Colin's own Behold... the Arctopus.
Current (or Last Known) Lineup
|Musician||Instruments||Currently Also In||Used To Be In||Guest Appearances|
|Jeff Eber||Drums||Spastic Ink|
|Colin Marston||Bass||Behold... the Arctopus, Byla, Indricothere, Infidel? / Castro!, Krallice|