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Below is our complete Uneven Structure news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Hacride has checked in with the following announcement about upcoming tour dates:
"Here comes our final European touring schedule. Unfortunately German and Italian dates had to be cancelled at the last moment due to organizational/technical hazards with Uneven Structure. Sorry about that, we'll be back ASAP! So get ready Spain, Belgium, Holland, France and the U.K.... Hacride is back at full throttle!"
27/03 - Bayonne (FR) - Le Magneto
28/03 - Madrid (SP) - Sala Live
29/03 - Murcia (SP) - Sala JO
30/03 - Valencia (SP) - Sala La Calle
31/03 - Barcelona (SP) - Sala BeGood
01/04 - Toulouse (FR) - Saint des Seins
02/04 - Nice (FR) - Altherax Music
11/04 - Durbuy (BE) - Durbuy Rock Festival
13/04 - Venlo (NL) - Perron 55 *
15/04 - Cardiff (UK) - The Full Moon *
16/04 - Wakefield (UK) - Warehouse23 *
17/04 - Glasgow (UK) - Ivory Blacks *
18/04 - Selby (UK) - Riverside *
19/04 - London/Kingston (UK) - The Peel *
03/05 - Parthenay (FR) - Diff'Art
* w/ Uneven Structure
Uneven Structure will set out on the band's first headline tour of the U.K. in July, with Basick Records label mates, No Consequence.
Primed and ready to embark on the headlining "Ramparts of Sageness" tour, the band will kick things off on the 12th July in Reading, in what promises to be an experience not to be missed. For the first time the band will play a full 70 minute back to back set of the 2011 debut album, "Februus" and the 2009 EP, "8."
Comments guitarist, Igor Omodei: "We're truly thrilled to be able to do our first ever headline tour in the UK! We've had the chance to tour the country twice previously and it's a great step up for us to finally be able to offer a completely uncut show to one of the most energetic audiences we've ever met. Having support from our friends and label mates No Consequence as well as Broken Torment and Sentience of Eschaton will ensure to make each night a real delight for both the crowd and us!" More...
Uneven Structure has posted a teaser trailer online for the band's upcoming U.K. shows, which can be viewed below. The group also commented on the run:
"We are pleased to announce that we will headline the Ramparts of Sageness U.K. Tour in July with our mates from No Consequence, Broken Torment, and Sentience of Eschaton!"
French act Uneven Structure has checked in via video from the band's current European tour with Protest the Hero.
The tour diary, available via Metal Hammer or through the player below, covers the band's progress across Europe so far and features footage from live shows. The band is playing Manchester tonight, before packing up to play final UK dates in Glasgow tomorrow and London on Friday. The show then moves back to mainland Europe for it's final stretch.
Basick Records has issued the following announcement about releasing a free sampler album online:
"To wish all our fans, friends and supporters a very Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and special New Year, we've released a FREE sampler featuring some of our favorite tracks from the Basick roster.
"This new sampler features tracks from recent signings Skyharbor, Blotted Science, and The Algorithm, as well as stunning work from Chimp Spanner, Aliases, Circles, Monuments, Uneven Structure, and many, many more. Did we mention it's FREE! Pick it up at Amazon today!"
The track listing is as follows:
1. Dark Age Of Technology Chimp Spanner
2. Act III Circles
3. The Uncollective (instrumental) Monuments
4. Celestial (edit) Skyharbor
5. Awaken (edit) Uneven Structure
6. The Winnowing 7 Horns 7 Eyes
7. A Sting Operation - Human Barbecued Blotted Science
8. This Is The Last Time I Repeat Myself Ion Dissonance
9. The Resurgent The Arusha Accord
10. The Reality Of Beliefs Aliases
11. Oceans Visions
12. Isometry Algorithm
Basick Records has confirmed that the label will be showcasing its talent at the annual new music festival HMV’s Next Big Thing.
On Monday, February 6th 2012 the label will be taking over one of London’s most infamous venues, The Camden Barfly, to showcase live sets from progressive metal king Chimp Spanner along with French pairing Uneven Structure and The Algorithm, the latter performing with the much talked about young drumming phenomenon Mike Malyan.
Chimp Spanner will also be releasing his new record "All Roads Lead Here" on the very same day, as such this showcase will be doubling up as a release party.
Basick Records Director Barley comments: "2012 is going to be a HUGE year for BASICK in many different ways, so HMV presenting us with an opportunity to showcase the label's rapidly growing international roster is a real honour! CHIMP SPANNER will be releasing his brand new record in conjunction with the event, so we want to see everyone turn out to make it a party we'll never forget!"
More info on HMV’s Next Big Thing can be found by heading over to this location.
Uneven Structure, which released the "Februus" album earlier this year, has posted a 2011 year-end recap video online titled "The Forgotten SD Cards." Check out the clip below.
Uneven Structure also has the following upcoming live shows: More...
Uneven Structure has teamed up with Metal Hammer to release a music video for the song "Awaken," which can be viewed below. "Awaken" is off the band's upcoming album "Februus," due on October 31st 2011 via Basick Records. Further details on "Februus" are available here.
Uneven Structure has announced that the band is set to release debut album "Februus" on October 31st 2011, via Basick Records. The release is a thirteen piece concept album spanning across two discs.
Guitarist Aure Pereira comments on the album: "If we were to give any advice to our fans before they listen to Februus, we would tell them to take their time and really open their minds to the music, because there are a million different listening levels. Recording has taken us so long but we think it was worth the wait in the end. We wanted to be sure that we had put the best of us in it and I think we've been successful at doing that. Thall."
The band recorded the album at French studio Uneven Box, with guitarist Igor Omodei at the production helm. Vocals and mastering were completed at Vertic Studios in the South of France. The artwork concepts that run throughout the album and forthcoming videos were also conceived and produced by Igor Omodei. The track listing is as follows:
11. Dew Upon Shapeless Bounds
12. Winds From Untold Memories
13. Promises Of Our Early Days More...
Basick Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Uneven Structure:
"Basick Records is extremely pleased to welcome the incredible talent of Uneven Structure to its ranks! A truly exciting prospect for the future of heavy music, Uneven Structure disassemble and reconstruct the Metal genre we all know and love, by creating contemporary atmospheric movements that are all at once dripping with seductive cinematic ambience and groove-laden riffs."
Basick label boss, Barley comments on the signing: "I'd been following this band's movements with interest for quite some time before I finally got to see them play live in Germany at last year's Euroblast Festival. Within 30 seconds of them taking to the stage and diving into their set, my jaw was on the floor. Meshuggah-like precision combined with a TesseracT-like ethereal atmosphere made for a completely spine-tingling experience. I knew there and then that we had to sign them. I can’t wait for you all to hear this album!"
Igor Omodei, guitarist and producer with the band comments: "We are so glad to be working with Basick, a label that completely understands and allows us the creative freedom we are looking for. We've endured a lot of hard work and effort in order to create our debut album 'Februus' and it's a great pleasure to know that we can count on Barley's team to push things forward and nail its release in perfect conditions. THALL."
European (FR/SW) post metal band Uneven Structure has posted a seven minute snippet of their upcoming debut full lengh record, "Februus." You can check it out below: