heavy metal

The Divided Line announce Feb 3rd release of "Paramnesia"

The Divided Line On February 23 2018, Toronto's THE DIVIDED LINE will officially release the CD and Bandcamp versions of their EP Paramnesia. The recording is a six track tour de force that proves the band is ready to ascend to the top of the hard rock/Metal hierarchy.

About The Divided Line:

Drawing on Plato’s concept of the divided line, which describes the visible world of things and objects perceived versus the understanding we have of them, The Divided Line blends elements of prog with radio-friendly hooks while exploring unconventional song structure. The result is a melodic, hard-hitting sound with grooves and lyrics you won’t forget.

Inspired by the music of alternative and metal bands, such as Tool , Blair Barton (Guitar) began writing songs in 2009. His desire to make the project a reality soon saw the band grow to include longtime friend, Reza Shaffaf (Bass Guitar). Their musical synergy was evident from the moment they began writing together. It wasn’t long after until the band started creating a buzz both in and out of their hometown of Toronto Canada. After being joined by Greg Cave (multi-instrumentalist & singer/song-writer) and Luke Scott (Drummer, previously from Rumsfield) the group cohesed and began writing new songs, performing shows and developing releases and videos.

Album Credits

All songs written by The Divided Line

Greg Cave - Vocals
Blair Ryan Barton - Guitars
Reza Shaffaf - Bass
Like Scott - Drums

Drum Performances on “Breathe” and “My Confession” by Phil Elliott.

Produced my Mike Langford & Dajaun Martineau
Recorded at Phase One Studios - Toronto
Mastering by Peter Letros

Read More News

Tags:  The Divided LineParamnesiaToolDeftonesSoundgarden

    December 02, 2017

More News

SUICIDE SILENCE And CHELSEA GRIN Announce Fall 2023 North American Tour
MIKE PORTNOY Says PANTERA Reunion Is 'Phenomenal'
Canada's The Agonist Calls It Quits
The Top 5 Metal Songs About the Bond Between a Band and Their Fans
The Top 5 Metal Songs About Being in a Vegetative State


comments powered by Disqus