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Deconstructing Sequence: Access Code

Today has premiered the video for “A Habitable World is Found” by Deconstructing Sequence. The video is taken from the band’s upcoming second EP Access Code and can be viewed here.

The band had the following to say about the track:

“Our song ‘A Habitable World is Found’ is a space-opera metaphor for search of a place on this world, a path that leads to completion of one’s self. It’s also a statement of our musical way, an opening act of chapter two of the odyssey.”

Access Code will be released on CD and digital formats this summer.

The roots of Deconstructing Sequence go back to the band Northwail which played a form of black/death metal with strong progressive influences. After two studio albums (“Enigma” in 2008 and “Cold Season” in 2011) the band split-up due to artistic differences.Members Morph and Tiberius wanted to explore further progressive and avant-garde regions of extreme music and formed Deconstructing Sequence, which is an expansion of the idea going beyond borders of metal.

Deconstructing Sequence performs music inspired by extreme metal bands (i.e. Emperor, Akercocke, Nile), progressive and avant-garde groups (i.e. Arcturus, Dødheimsgard, Aborym) and post-rock music (i.e. God is an Astronaut), creating a mix of technique, atmosphere and brutality described as Extreme Progressive Art. DS was joined by J. Nerexo of Shadows Land, who as a drummer, fit perfectly with the band’s new, more aggressive, twisted and progressive style. The result of this collaboration was the Year One EP , mixed and mastered in April 2013 by Arek “Aro” Jablonski at Monroe Sound Studio. The band will release its next EP Access Code in summer of 2014

Deconstructing Sequence
Deconstructing Sequence

Press release provided by Dewar PR.