Tag: Ion Dissonance

Ion Dissonance – Cast The First Stone Review

Originally written by K. Scott Ross. Step right up, step right up. Are you angry? Of course you are. And we’ve got just the product for you. Midwestern angst, right here. Slipknot CDs from the 90s! Oh,

Ion Dissonance – Cursed Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas So after the divisive Minus the Herd that saw Canada’s Ion Dissonance forsake their oppressively heavy, chaotic strains of Breathing is Irrelevant and Solace in favor of a more controlled (though

Ion Dissonance – Solace Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. Does it seem to anyone out there that metal is getting gradually heavier on average? The standards for speed, technicality, and (of course) brutality seem to edge just a bit

Ion Dissonance – Breathing Is Irrelevant Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Dissonance was indeed one of the first words that came to mind when I heard this for the first time. Breathing is Irrelevant is another complex monster of immense density