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DISSOLVE PATTERNS – Belgian avantgarde black metal entity premieres debut album at Invisible Oranges

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“Dissolve Patterns” is the self-titled debut album by Belgian Avantgarde – Black Metal band DISSOLVE PATTERNS.

Skillfully mixing the aggressiveness of Black Metal with progressive music, experimental and jazz, the band manages to create something entirely unique and atypical, incorporating the cello not just as an add-on but instead as a vital element of its distinctive sound.

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’ debut album showcases an unbelievable taste for rich and complex soundscapes. Similarly to the music, the lyrical context also calls for the dissolution of all preconceptions and dogmas in order to find the ultimate expressive freedom.

The album evokes pain and darkness with a superb sense of purpose, summoning a deadly maelstrom of aggression and originality.

Everything in DISSOLVE PATTERNS’ debut album collides and merges in a truly eccentric way, creating a multi-layered masterpiece of experimental music that is sophisticated and understated at the same time.

Heavily dark and inspired, cold and unforgiving.

The album is now premiering in full at Invisible Oranges. Stream it HERE!

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Tracklist:

01 – I (6:55)
02 – II (6:46)
03 – – (2:19)
04 – III – (8:16)
04 – IIII (8:06)

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Drummer Rien and bass/guitar player Nemo had been jamming together for a number of years, however the line up only solidified and started working on the debut album when Bram and Annabel finally joined, on second guitar and on cello respectively.

The band’s self-titled debut album took a number of years in the making, and it will be released by Brucia Records on digital and a special limited edition in 6 panels digipak CD on April 29, 2022.

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