Drawing inspiration from such forward-thinking metal heavyweights as Decapitated, Meshuggah, and The Dillinger Escape Plan, Oklahoma City's Dischordia brings a fresh perspective to the scene by combining tried-and-true US death metal brutality with far-flung ideas from a multitude of global influences. The band's music-first ethos has been forged through years of stylistic refinement and questing for a sound to call their own.
October of 2011 saw Dischordia release the debut EP, Creator, Destroyer, with which the band made a noticeable impact. Positive press and relentless independent touring across the USA for this offering led the band to sign with Rogue Records America for the release of their debut full-length album, Project 19. Due out on July 23rd, 2013 this new opus presents Dischordia’s punishing rhythms, vicious vocals and dizzying riffs in grand style, leaving no questions unanswered about the band’s musical intentions.
"We see a great future with Rogue Records America and feel they can
take us to the next level as a band." - Josh Turner (Dischordia bass/vocals)
"Rogue is very proud to have such a hardworking band join forces with
us and we will do everything we can to help them get to where they are
going." - Dean Martinetti (Rogue Records America)
Dischordia have performed live across multiple states and secured opening slots for the likes of The Faceless, Between the Buried and Me, Job For A Cowboy, Revocation, Dying Fetus, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Born of Osiris, Darkest Hour, Periphery, The Haarp Machine, The Human Abstract, As Blood Runs Black and more. Their innovative assault stands tall alongside these names, and with Project 19 on the way, the band is set to continue conquering fans across the metal scene.
Praise for Dischordia's Project 19:
8.5/10, Metalholic: “Dischordia can effortlessly incorporate melody and delicacy in their brand of death metal.”
Heavy Metal Time Machine: “Fans of Decapitated should find much to appreciate about this Oklahoma beast of a band as should those of you who are always on the look-out for new ‘leaning-forward’ death metal.”
Blast Beats and Silver Screens: “It’s solid from start to finish and easily calls for repeated listens.”