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Latest Algebra News
Below is our complete Algebra 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.
"Feed the Ego," the sophomore album from Swiss thrashers Algebra, is now streaming in its entirety. The album, which DeadRhetoric.com called 'an enjoyable throwback to a time of anger-soaked thrash,' is streaming below.
Algebra is superficially an unusual moniker for a thrash band, calling to mind mathematical precision and maybe pencil-snapping frustration rather than the blitzkrieg attack of Slayer, et al. But as one absorbs Swiss thrash machine Algebra's music, the name makes increasingly more sense.
Algebra's debut album was self-released in 2012 and reissued by Stormspell Records afterward. Now they will follow that up with their sophomore effort. "Feed The Ego" satiates thrash-hungry listeners with nine aggressively complicated calculations, all mixed and mastered by Andy Classen. Unspeakable Axe Records will release this album on September 2nd. More...
Guitarist / vocalist Ed from the Swiss thrash metal outfit Algebra has issued the following statement online about parting ways with the band:
"I met up two hours ago with the other guys and had a talk.
"Tony and I have had very tough times getting along practically since the beginning of the project, due to extremely opposite personalities. Despite a large amount of mutual respect which remains, it has become too difficult to keep us two going together in this work-relationship and so it was decided I should leave. I have also been contemplating this option since a year and a half in view of focusing on other projects, but always put it off when I got excited about a new Algebra album, a tour in Cuba and getting our new album signed by an awesome label.
"Tony decided to take this decision once and for all in order to relieve the situation and start afresh with someone new, motivated and more compatible, which is actually very good news for Algebra. It is a very nostalgic day for me, but rest assured that the guys are fully motivated to keep it going and this will give a whole new dynamic. They have a ton of material already in the works for the next album, which will be churned and churned until it is just right, I have zero doubts about it.
"To any thrashers who like this band and have time to invest, I would strongly recommend the experience. I wish my three buddies all the best and hope they thrash together ‘till the end." More...
Swiss thrashers Algebra are streaming the new track "Survival Nowadays." The song is the opening track of the upcoming sophomore full length LP "Feed the Ego," which is set for release on September 16, 2014 via Unspeakable Acts Records.
The track list for the album is:
1. Survival Nowadays
2. Prisoner Outdoors
3. Necessary Evil
4. My Shelf
5. Profound Guilt
6. Feed Me More
8. The Fort Broke
9. Monotask More...
Swiss thrash band Algebra is streaming it's new song "Crook" online, which we have featured for you below. The track comes from the band's new EP, which will be officially released on February 16th, 2012. To listen to more of Algebra's music, head over to MySpace.