Thursday, October 9, 2014


Seizures' new video for their song, "Dreamsnake," is now streaming via Metal Injection.

"Dreamsnake" appears on The Sanity Universal, the Southern Californians' double-album, released this week on Melotov Records. Originally self-released in 2013, The Sanity Universal has been remixed by Rollie Ulug (Graf Orlock, Dangers), remastered by Chris Common (The Mars Volta, Chelsea Wolfe), and is now available for the first time on vinyl via Melotov.

A dense, sprawling journey in sound, a balance of shred and soul, The Sanity Universal starts with Coalesce-indebted noise-core and blasts it into outerspace via bold, post-rock experimentation.

"Cathartically abrasive sound... If you're keen on math, hardcore, grind, and spacey prog melodies, you'll probably love their newly remastered album, The Sanity Universal."
–New Noise

"A stunning piece of work that is incredibly vast, totally overpowering and almost impossible to quantify."
–Cvlt Nation

"Metallic hardcore (which is not metalcore but 'evil hardcore' in the vein of Rorschach, Deadguy, Bloodlet, etc.) merged with experimental rock."

–Gear Gods

"[Seizures] put their own stamp on hardcore, imbuing their scathing, complex, and hard-hitting sound with a ton of personality."

"The grimy dissonance of Gaza, the frenetic riffing of Botch, and the uncontrollable structures of The Dillinger Escape Plan."

–American Aftermath