friday | 11h20-12h00 | prison
In 2010 Dyscordia rose from the ashes of a number of local bands. The idea was to start from scratch and do better, without compromise or settling for less.
The progressive metal act got off to a flying start with ‘Twin Symbiosis’ (2013), laying the groundwork for further growth on their sophomore effort ‘Words in Ruin’ (2016). By the time their third album ‘Delete/Rewrite’ (2020) rolled around they had shared the stage with a slew of international acts but they have always remained grounded. True to form, they refuse to compromise, which is why the tracks on ‘Delete/Rewrite’ were tweaked for a full year before the sextet were finally happy with the end result. They never make the same record twice and are not afraid to incorporate influences from other genres in order to keep evolving as a band. When Dyscordia introduced their new powerhouse drummer live early last year, the West Flanders-based band promised to get started on their fourth album. They have long since released a single but we can’t wait to see where they take us on album number four.