* * * * * Unipolar Manic-Depressive Psychosis - Psychodelicus Decibeli * * * * *

2012-07-23 05:00:54 UTC

Unipolar Manic-Depressive Psychosis is a group founded by former musicians Blind Slime. One of the most interesting creations on our music scene in recent years - Psychotropic Transcendental. Formation is the lead singer, known for performing visualization Blindead, K-Vass. An interesting aspect of the music group is współfunkcjonowanie with his two bass guitars. Because of its stylistic eclecticism band toured with such as [ Tides From Nebula ], Italian band [ At The Soundawn ], [ Guantanamo Party Program ], [ Moanaa ] ~ [ Turbo ] ~ [ Frontside ] ~ [ Acid Drinkers ] and the likes.

[ Psychodelicus Decibeli ] was recorded in Old Potato Studio, Bielsko-Biala, Poland mixed in John Baildon Studios, Katowice, Poland

Credits / Released 24 June 2012

Drums action by Vutka Basses by Chrzaniec & Pietia Guitars by Koniu & Boris Engrish lyrics & vocals by K-Vass Keyboards in 'Regrets Renewal' by Gosia Additional guitars by Misiek, additional vocal arrangements by Pachu

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Artist - Unipolar Manic-Depressive Psychosis Album - Psychodelicus Decibeli Release Date - 2012 Genre - Post-hardcore, Screamo, ALternative-metal, Grindcore [ THE GOOD ONE'S ] Tracklist 1. ZOMO 04:21 2. Krawl Back Forth 07:56 3. Inside 03:18 4. Antistars 05:46 5. I.A.D.U. 05:09 6. Regrets Renewal 04:39 7. Never The Same 08:49 8. Under Chemical Spell 05:10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Unipolar Manic-Depressive Psychosis - Psychodelicus Decibeli -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Belle Orchestre | Because Of Ghosts | The Stay Lows | Radical Face | Venice Is Sinking -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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