Unconscious Disturbance, ‘Flip,’ ‘Chameleon’ (DOUBLE PREMIERE)
On Dec. 4, Brooklyn-based metallers Unconscious Disturbance will be releasing Mind’s Corner, their new album. Originally from Brazil, the quintet chart a musical course that brings to mind high-tech groups like Cynic and Intronaut, but with a more straight-forward sense of song arrangement.
Since we know most of you aren’t familiar with them yet, Noisecreep has partnered with Unconscious Disturbance to bring you their entire album, two songs at a time, every Tuesday, since Nov. 13.
Today, we’re proud to present “Flip” and “Chameleon,” tracks 3 and 4, respectively. We’ve also included the band’s thoughts on the inspiration behind each song.
Listen to ‘Flip’
“Flip is about our character’s struggle to figure out his identity by listening to himself, as opposed to seeing himself as a direct result of his day to day life.”
Listen to ‘Chameleon’
Chameleon introduces an outside character, who shows our character that it is possible to get other people to do what he wants by mirroring himself on them (aka: being somewhat of a social chameleon).”
Check back in with Noisecreep every Tuesday as we premiere the rest of Unconscious Disturbance’s new album, Mind’s Corner, two tracks at a time, leading up to its release on Dec. 4.
Mind’s Corner will hit stores on Dec. 4.