Technocologist Unknown

by Masiro

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Laney This is a dope record. Not only does the addition of bass make for a fuller sound than the previous duo set up, but the core musicality is greatly augmented. This group is probably the only underground independent band you'll find with the intensity of converge, the weird colorful and emotional guitar tones of ATD-I, the natural and open drum sound and sheer fatness of ISIS and the intelligence of tool. And they achieve that outstandingly even without a singer. Favorite track: Technocologist Unknown.
Can This Even Be Called Music?
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Can This Even Be Called Music? All of my previous qualms with the project vanish with the apparition of a bass player. Now, Masiro feels complete, and not just an interesting oddity. They've shown us, with Technocologist Unknown, that they are more alive than ever, and ready to kick butts. Their new album is truly their own sound, a blend that sounds like post-mathcore. It's recommended for every fan of math rock, post-rock, mathcore, and prog in general. Favorite track: CTTL.
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released May 1, 2016

All tracks by Masiro:

Mike Bannard - Guitar / Synths
Chris Pethers - Drums
Chris Hutchinson-Mogg - Bass

Recorded live at Dunx Drum School
Engineered by Jack Irving
and Mike Bannard
Mixed at The Aviary Recording Studio, Oxford
Mastered by Alain Paul Mastering
Cover Art by Rob Montgomery



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Masiro Oxford, UK

Masiro are a 3-piece band of experimental math/prog/metal types, based in Oxford, UK

2016 sees our new release!

Midlands Rocks review excerpt: "The tracks are multifaceted entities, each a world of its own and each demonstrating the ever-evolving musical and instrumental capabilities..."
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