Formed in 2010 residing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Dischordia are a extreme metal band that plays a technical, brutal, dissonant and contemporary style of technical brutal death metal more in the veins of Wormed, early Gorguts, Ulcerate and Ingurgitating Oblivion. Triptych is the third offering by these musicians and is released through one of my many favorite labels in extreme music today, Transcending Obscurity Records. Stylistically, this album is full on dissonance and brutality with the right amounts of technicality thrown in the mixture in which this case, this style of death metal has always been a instant favorite of mine for quite sometime.

The record itself is marvelous listening experience front to back in some cases, if you’re someone who likes unconventional interludes, great vocals, solid guitar work and drums sounding as progressive and triumphant, I feel this album will fit right at home. Every track not only offers different soundscapes, but throughout the album the more I’ve deciphered it the better each listen I’ve gotten in what I really feel at times with songs like Purifying Flame, The Wheel, The Whip and Panopticon has the right amount of heaviness, technicality and dissonant passages that is well crafted and the musicianship here is absolutely remarkable. These musicians not only have created their finest achievement to date, but Triptych is Dischordia’s matured sounding and expansive albums the band has done to date.



Overall Score: 8.5/10
Review by Jake Butler



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