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Unconscious Disturbance / Press

"UD plays an experimental kind of rock/metal with exquisite arrangements and impeccable solos. The band's professionalism on stage is pleasing to watch"

"There's more than connections to the likes of Cynic and Intronaut in the Brooklyn quintet's double-guitar plasticity, and polyrhythm-method drumming".

“With so many bands trudging through the heftier side of rock, UNCONSCIOUS DISTURBANCE opens the doors wide to experimentation. Their Mind’s Corner is a terrific record, one of the very best in heavy music from 2012, cementing these dudes as a band to watch (and hear) for years to come.”

CanadianAudiophile.com

"The furious rock of the New York based band from São Paulo took over the Budweiser stage at 20:50. The excellent critiques they received by the North American press with their EP MInd's Corner is confirmed on stage".

“Unconscious Disturbance blends together elements taken from progressive metal, post rock, latin jazz, and hardcore and blend them into a surprisingly cohesive album. The band shifts from style to style seamlessly. All the members are well-versed in playing a variety of musical genres. The vocals and raw production add an organic element to this bands take on progressive metal; a genre often more associated with machine like musical efficiency than exploration of the human condition. This is an album that becomes more enjoyable with each listen.”

“Musically it is great, the combination of all the instruments is amazing, they really do come together as a unified team of metal!”

BrokenNeckRadio.

“The band released their first major studio album Mind’s Corner on December 4, with big-city rock fusing with rhythmic instrumental lines in a cauldron of beautiful aggression.”

"Unconscious Disturbance have chops. That's why Noisecreep can compare their forward-thinking take on metal to the likes of Strapping Young Lad and Cynic. Doubters will be silenced on Dec. 4 when Unconscious Disturbance unleash Mind's Corner, their new album."

"Big-city chaos fused with rhythmic instrumental lines is what generates the crushing and profound sonic experience that is UNCONSCIOUS DISTURBANCE."

“‎"Unconscious Disturbance’s debut studio album Mind’s Corner drops to the masses and will captivate you from beginning to end. Mind’s Corner is a refreshing prog-esque, jazz metal infusion that’s definitely worth a listen."”

"This band approaches progressive music with a fresh take and it's own style. I also feel some hardcore and wordly influence adding to the mix."