Igor Omodei – guitar, Benoit Friedrich – bass, Matthieu Romarin – vocals, Arnaud Verrier – drums. Together they are Uneven Structure from Montepellier, and they will release their third album Paragon on 18 October. Montepellier is a contrasting university town with old and new architecture. Paragon showcase a band with old and new musical artefacts and a band that progress due to the fact that their sound is now even more complex. The music is nice arranged, catchy, experimental and technically enhanced, but also groovy. A very nice combination of the hardness of metal with the elaborate techniques of prog and the atmospheric sounds of ambient. The track Innocent,
Paragon crystallizes an age of newfound maturity, a vision clearer than ever, and the need for Uneven Structure to expose its genuine inner self. With rock-solid foundations and an iron handedly curated team of devoted partners surrounding the entity, this upcoming opus is set to break the boundaries and overcome any obstacles that might be thrown on the way, only to be brought to everyone that needs this music in their lives.
Uneven Structure was formed in May 2008 from the willing of Benoit Friedrich and Igor Omodei to finally bring the technically enhanced and progressive music they had been working on for themselves alive. The sound they were aiming to create was a one of a kind merger of groovy polyrhythmic guitars.