Slave Zero are back with new EP ‘Disambiguated Visionary’. What can we expect from the fifth offering from the Dublin four-piece and follow-up to 2009’s ‘Exempt from all Tolerance’? “Heavy, Unrelenting and Unpredictable”, says vocalist Graeme V. Flynn. Focusing on more progressive and death metal elements than its predecessors, ‘Disambiguated Visionary’ is intended to “provoke thought and question the confines of what we see and perceive as humans alluding to our insignificance as qualified through scientific theories.”
The album which was recorded by the band’s own Ben Wanders at Nebula Studios, Galway features artwork by Paul McCarroll of Unhinged Art. Representing a futuristic humanoid, Graeme furthers, “who’s to say what the world will look like in 1,000 years or 5,000 years? If humankind ever manages to colonise parts of our solar system or beyond, the body will need to adapt to living in those conditions. The figure on the cover could potentially resemble a humanoid from that era. Humankind in our current form is not the peak of our evolutionary climb”.
Supported by a number of launch shows in Ireland the EP ‘Disambiguated Visionary’ will be released this November 10th on Double Standard Productions.
01 Mathmatically Legitimate Solution
02 Limitless Peripheral Perspective
03 Embroidered Strategy Of Calculated Misrepresent
04 Oscillating Perceptions Of An Abstract Existence
05 Anthropic Landscape Theory
‘Disambiguated Visionary’ is out 10th November 2013.