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Ion Dissonance – “Perpetually Doomed: The Sisyphean Task”

The Canadian mathcore band Ion Dissonance have been mostly out of the picture since 2010’s Cursed. Normally this kind of long absence would register as a hiccup in a band’s career, but in this case, it might constitute a boon. Their first two albums, 2003’s Breathing Is Irrelevant and 2005’s Solace, established their immeasurably amped-up, […]
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