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Pop Montreal: Sept 27 @ Foufs – Montreal – Vinyl Release Launch – UNBEING (Steroid Induced Prog Metal)
The Heavy Metal Music Association of Canada with Pop Montreal, Dungeonworks Productions and label BLK COQ Music are proud to present on September 27th at Foufounes Electriques, Montreal steroid induced progressive metal band UNBEING and the vinyl release launch show of their newly re-mixed and re-mastered self-titled debut LP. The band will be supported by brass metal band Fallstaf, the industrial sounds of Ogenix, the aggressive tendencies of Burning The Oppressor, and fellow prog influenced band Our Souls Evolve.
ALBUM STREAM – http://snd.sc/14J5dlc
R.I.Y.L. = Scale The Summit, Animals As Leaders, Pelican, Neurosis, Dream Theater, Tesseract
2. 15 Years In space
5. Chuck Norris
7. Versus 10 Behemoth
Music Video – Chuck Norris – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sKW59AgKQk
with guests – avec invités
BURNING THE OPPRESSOR
OUR SOULS EVOLVE
Vendredi 27 septembre 2013
Foufounes Electriques – 87 Ste-Catherine E
14/15$ avec vinyl
Billets bientôt disponibles au:
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“After hearing it today, I have come to the conclusion that Unbeing is in my opinion the most promising underground progressive metal band to be coming out of Quebec, and until a band proves me wrong, I would extend that to the rest of Canada also. Simply put, the album is awesome and well worth the investment…Each song sounds as fresh as the last and the next to come. The musicianship of each of the band members is worth the mention whether it be Sherif Maghraby on guitar, Jean Phillipe Bedard on drums or any of the other members for that matter. The production of the album is also nearly flawless, they are giving us a really polished release, worthy of some of the best metal albums out there.” Metal Made In Canada
“In fact, it was greatly refreshing to hear such musicality for a metal act. Everyone on stage was in full swing mode, showing off amazing chops but also the fact that these guys knew their song inside and out. Putting the bass player in the fore front was a great way to keep this veritable showman right there where we could see him play his red bass, and most importantly, have FUN while playing! Too many metal acts are too focused on the darker side of the “style”, when what the audience needs while watching a show is energy emanating from the band rocking out, metal or no metal.” – Between The Horns (Live Review)
“Every instrument gets its moment to shine. The drumming is incredibly diversified and varies from fast beats to passages dominated by hi-hats or smooth interludes. The riffs of the guitars are heavy but not yet thrash influenced and have also some melodic parts. The bass guitar player proves his talent in short parts of the record but doesn’t dominate too much on this record, a little bit like John Myung does on the records of Dream Theater. The keyboards create a lot of dreamy, weird and slightly despaired atmosphere. This is a great soundtrack for grey autumn or winter nights.” – Encyclopedia Metallum
“Cet album est définitivement un must pour tous les amateurs de prog. Unbeing n’est pas tombé dans le piège d’avoir un son recyclé ou trop ressemblant à un autre groupe. C’est une agréable surprise d’avoir un groupe local aussi différent et particulier. Ils en sont à leur premier album, mais je leur souhaite d’avoir la chance de faire connaître leur musique et d’aller beaucoup plus loin que cet opus hautement satisfaisant.” – Thorium
It’s March of ‘06. The world is asleep. Everything is still. No one is aware that a massive shift in the planet’s tectonic plates has given birth to a juggernaut. Fate has set three individuals on a collision course, their union shaking the very foundations of reality and sound.
Rising out of Montreal’s bubbling metal underground, it can be said that Unbeing have been through it all. Starting out as a three-piece, members came and went, two demos were released to an overwhelmingly positive response, the band won Metal Académie 2 – a two-month-long competition where the band impressed both the audience and esteemed metal judges such as Kataklysm to take home top honors – then decided to shake things up again. Taking the judges’ advice to heart, Unbeing opted to no longer continue sacrificing their creative liberties, removing vocals all-together to finally discovered its true nature in the form of a five-piece ProgEpic InstruMetal band.
But alas, five years after the birthing cries of Unbeing tore holes in the fabric of space and time, individually and as a whole, they have overcome hardships, laughed in the face of danger and stomped on the charred corpse of impossibility. In 2011, the band released its debut full-length album before solidifying its name in the metal community as a five-piece outfit.
Their album spanning 40 minutes of instrumental offerings that screams: There is no turning back, there is no mercy, there is only Unbeing is now set for re-release this September 2013 on vinyl, re-mixed and re-mastered , ready to be received again as a testimony to the group’s composing capabilities.
For more info, please visit these links:
Official Website: www.Unbeingmusic.com