Industrial Strength

There’s no ounce of decency too sacred for Dizzolve’s post-industrial metal to melt. Best described as a KMFDM sound inverted in the calculated etchings of a pre-glamrock Marilyn Manson universe, it’s pure adrenaline, and pure industrial.

Take for instance the quick hitting track ‘Freed Floor Suicide, Bullying.’ Muzzled vocals paired against layers of synth pounding away below.

Dizzolve came into existence four years after, and understandably frustrated, Josh Lamison found that playing electronic music on his own simply enabled him more control over music writing than having a band ever could. He shortly thereafter teamed up with Alec Lopardo. It’s all be dark and heavy since then.

Dizzolve’s signature sound pedals softly under the genre norm. With layered straight up metal rifts sitting atop Lamison’s predisposed EDM styled beats.

Joining Dizzolve on Friday, December 15, will be two additional hard-nosed, synth lead bands including Kill Point Protocol and Man Made Horror for the low price of just $5! Come out and support original metal! Tickets available online or at the door. Show starts at 8:00!