Progressive rock, rock, indie rock, avant jazz, and ambient mesmerism are mixed with the high-energy music of Philadelphia-based trio Dysrhythmia. Shaped in March 1999, Dysrhythmia represent the eyesight of guitarist Kevin Hufnagel and bassist Clayton Ingerson, a previous music major in the University from the Arts in Philadelphia. Close friends since senior high school, they worked well together within the middle-’90s as people of Grey Department Blue. Although they separated for two years, Hufnagel and Ingerson reunited in 1999 to focus on an all-instrumental task which was “heavier, even more progressive and varied” than their earlier efforts. Using the recruitment of drummer Jeff Eber half a year later on, Dysrhythmia’s lineup was solidified. Released in 2000, Dysrhythmia’s debut recording, Contradiction, was documented in four times inside a friend’s cellar studio. Furthermore to liberating their second recording, No Disturbance, in 2001, they break up a 10″ solitary, “Annihilation,” with free of charge jazz/metal music group Xthoughtstreamsx. Their third recording, Pretest, followed in-may 2003. Ingerson remaining the following yr and was changed by Hufnagel’s partner in Byla, Colin Marston (Behold… The Arctopus, Gorguts, Encenathrakh, Krallice). Their 1st release with the brand new bassist was Obstacles and Passages in-may 2006, accompanied by extensive touring through all of those other yr and into 2007. Close to the year’s end, they released a break up with Rothko entitled Fractures on Acerbic Sound Advancement. Marston spent the majority of 2008 documenting and touring with Behold… The Arctopus among others; Hufnagel released his debut single album, Tracks for the Disappeared. The set also became a member of Canadian tech-death music group Gorguts. Dysrhythmia re-emerged past due the following yr using the full-length Psychic Maps, created and manufactured by Marston. In the brand new yr, a U.S. tour was accompanied by their 1st European times. While Marston and Hufnagel continued to be busy with additional projects, Dysrhythmia authorized to Profound Lore, and in the springtime of 2012 started documenting Test of Distribution with Luc Lemay; it had been released in August accompanied by extensive touring on both edges from the Atlantic. Hufnagel’s and Marston’s alternative activities led to recordings and trips with other rings for another 3 years. When Dysrhythmia finally do record once again, they brought Lemay back again for his or her Profound Lore follow-up. Cut in the first springtime of 2016, The Veil of Control was released in September.