Sounds Like: Meshuggah, Periphery, vildhjarta, Sybreed, Born of Osiris
Severity and experimentation mixed with electronic samples and ambient passages are synonymous with DOPPLER's debut album “Apophenia: I Error”. All of these features along with a crushing production will guarantee that their name will be written in capital letters on the European metal scene.
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"Every bit as violent and disorientating as a full-scale psychotic episode, it comes as no surprise that this technical head-trip is s... tructured around the very darkest shades of schizophrenia. And despite being littered with indecipherable medical jargon, the concrete-heavy grooves, nightmarish electro and mind-bending time signatures contained within speak volumes for the raging insanity that fuels Doppler’s wondrously mutated breed of tech-death. Free from the directionless, technical showboating, ‘Apophenia: Type I Error’ is a cleverly penned, unpredictable exercise in aggression and atmosphere that’s pulled off with whiplash-inducing aplomb. Whether mesmerising with mad polyrhythms or carving out a relentless barrage of clinical blasts, Doppler have set an unparalleled new standard in uneasy listening."