Saturday, September 12, 2020

The Myopia Condition Premiere Single “Separation From Classification” via NoCleanSinging

L-R - Craig MacKenzie - Guitar, Josh Gould - Guitar/Vocals, Josiah Dyck - Vocals, Robert Fearey - Bass, Vocals, Greg Glenn - Drums
                                                               Photo Credit: Robert Fearey    


For fans of Oh Sleeper, Death, Gojira, Beyond Creation, As I Lay Dying

The Myopia Condition Intend To Enthrall Metalheads With Debut Album “Event Horizon”

Premiere First Single “Separation From Classification” via NoCleanSinging

“Event Horizon” Out October 16, 2020


Canada’s The Myopia Condition is very excited to be releasing their debut album “Event Horizon” on October 16, 2020.

Elegant grooves are mashed together with blast beats and double kicks, along with guitar leads that sing like birds. The album is full of energy from front to back; even the soft bits are heavy. It's a very real and genuine record both lyrically and musically along with hints of goofy amongst. The Myopia Condition doesn’t take life too seriously, but they pour passion into their music. 

“Event Horizon” has great depth to it, with dynamically diverse songs that evoke emotion from listeners. The Myopia Condition further explains the album in their own words:

“This album has something for every metalhead, in my opinion, especially those inclined to listen to overtly heavy metal. Rhythmically the band's tightness and aggressiveness leave the audience stunned and wanting more.”

The Myopia Condition is an adrenaline-packed live experience as witnessed at local festivals and shows. They are antsy to return to the stage, but in the meantime offer this album while we wait for the world to return to normal. 

Today, the band is sharing their first single “Separation From Classification”

The track talks about finding your own voice instead of following the in-crowd. An anthem for coming as you are and not just sticking to the status quo, it encourages being kind, real, non-judgemental. Starting at a medium pace it builds into thrash and slows down in the middle for some tasteful cleans and jazzy leads. The song continues on with some heavy vocals and harmonized screams, ultimately finishing off with one of the tastier riffs on the album.

Recommended for fans of Oh Sleeper, Death, and Gojira, The Myopia Condition will surprise metalheads with something fresh and new.

“Separation From Classification” can be heard via its premiere on NoCleanSinging HERE

Track Listing:
1. Event Horizon (1:01)
2. Separation From Classification
3. Brainwashed (3:08)
4. AfterLife (2:57)
5. Walk Me Home (2:45)
6. Song 9000 (3:28)
7. Empty Room (2:50)
8. Rotting Soul (3:05)
9. Fighting Fables (4:26)
Album Length: 23:43

Album Band Line Up:
Josh Gould – Guitars/Vocals
David Luchenski  – Lead Guitars
Rob Fearey – Bass Guitar/Vocals
Josiah Dyck – Lead Vocals
Greg Glenn – Drums

Live Band Line Up:
Josh Gould – Guitars/Vocals
Craig MacKenzie – Guitars
Rob Fearey – Bass Guitar/Vocals
Josiah Dyck – Lead Vocals
Greg Glenn – Drums

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Through a will to create pure rhythmic brilliant chaos, came a manifestation of power and heaviness from the west Canadian prairies.  The Myopia Condition was created.

It started with a melding of minds between Josh Gould (guitars) and Greg Glenn (drums). Immediately they went to work toying with ideas that had been in Josh’s head for some time. They soon brought in Robert Fearey (big guitars) and the chemistry was immediately noticed. On vocals is the gritty powerhouse Josiah Dyck and finishing off the five-piece on guitars is shred-meister Craig Mackenzie.  The vibe between the boys is vastly apparent. They have found a groove to exploit and continue to refine their sound.

Hailing from Sh-Red Deer, Alberta The Myopia Condition has a sound that combines crushing rhythmic grooves, devastating breakdowns, and ballsy in the pocket riffage. Their influences range from Periphery and Meshuggah to Lamb of God and Oh Sleeper.

In 2018 The Myopia Condition made its way to the Canadian Wacken Metal battle finals which goes to show the hard work and passion these boys put into their music and their stage performance.

The boys have made appearances at festivals such as Armstrong Metalfest and Loud As Hell, and continue to hone their Djent-Core sound. Their debut eight-song album “Event Horizon” is being released on October 16, 2020.



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