Crannk Interviews Dyssidia and Freedom Of Fear Guitarist Corey Davis

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South Australia’s foremost progressive metal act, Dyssidia are set to release their debut full-length album, Costly Signals this week Friday, March 27, which follows on from their three eps “Quiet Waters” 2014,” Children of Aether and Earth” 2015, and “Of Delight and Despair” 2016. Dyssida are an amazing prog metal band that puts a lot of emphasis into creating a journey exploring the soundscapes both lyrical, vocally and with extreme technical musical prowess. Mitch’s vocal work is really something to behold going from soaring melodies to bone-crushing growls all the while being driven by complex rhythms. Dyssidia have also built up a solid reputation as one of Australia’s best live prog metal bands going having shared the stage with the likes of Opeth & Katatonia (Sweden), Tesseract & Sikth (UK), Trivium, Fallujah & Between The Buried And Me (USA), Beyond Creation & Intervals (Canada), The Ocean (Germany), Klone (France), Ne Obliviscaris, Psycroptic, Be’lakor, Plini, and Voyager. I recently caught up with the extremely technical and talented Guitarist Corey Davis who not only plays with Dyssidia but also is in Freedom Of Fear who also dropped a stellar album in “Nocturnal Gates” last year.

Dyssidia Bandcamp dyssidia.bandcamp.com/
Freedom Of Fear Bandcamp EVP evp-recordings.bandcamp.com/album/noctu…nal-gates-2
Dyssidia Facebook www.facebook.com/dyssidiaband/
Freedom Of Fear Facebook www.facebook.com/freedomoffearaus/
Crannk Facebook www.facebook.com/teamCrannk/

Dyssidia are:Mitch Brackman – Vocals | Corey Davis – Guitar | Neil Palmer – BassDimitri Ioannou – Keyboards | Liam Weedall – Drums

Freedom Of Fear are Jade Monserrat – Vocals
Matt Walters – Guitar
Corey Davis – Guitar
Georgina Kittel – Bass

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