Philadelphia's progressive instrumental trio DYSRHYTHMIA has issued the following update:"Our new split CD with [U.K.'s] ROTHKO titled 'Fractures' comes out August 28 on Acerbic Noise Developement Records. You can pre-order it here (along with the new shirt design as well) as well as listen to a clip of our track. "We've been spending the summer writing for the next record. So far three songs are completed and two others are started. We'll begin playing out again this fall. A brief tour is in the works for the New York / Ohio / Michigan area October 5-13. A more extensive tour probably won't happen until the winter." DYSRHYTHMIA's contribution to the upcoming split CD with London's minimalist sound-sculptors ROTHKO will consist of a reworked 13-plus-minute version of "Earthquake" (a track from the band's self-released "Contradiction" CD). DYSRHYTHMIA is continuing to promote its most recent release, "Barriers and Passages". An e-card previewing "Barriers and Passages" can be found at this location.
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