UK technical metallers NO CONSEQUENCE have revealed their long-awaited sophomore album’s artwork, track-listing and title: “IO”. The debut single to be taken from the album, “Coerce:Conform”, will be released as a FREE download on 4 March via Basick Records, prior to their UK tour with Odessa.
Previously released in a demo form on a Metal Hammer magazine covermount CD, the band have made the album track “So Close to Nowhere” available to stream as a sneak preview to “IO”. Check it out here!
Following the release of NO CONSEQUENCE’s debut record, “In The Shadow Of Gods”, word spread about this ferociously tight and heavy band within the clubs as well as in the media, gaining strong support from Metal Hammer, Terrorizer, Rock Sound and Kerrang. Tours with the likes of TesseracT, Monuments, Uneven Structure and Textures followed, as well as performances at Euroblast in Germany and UK Techfest, with the band picking up legions of fans along the way.
Rock Sound magazine described NO CONSEQUENCE’s debut as having “intelligently executed melodies, huge riffs, tight musicianship, killer solos and intense arrangements” and this is exactly what “IO” delivers, but with more dynamics, further harmonic exploration and an all round greater maturity.
1 – So Close to Nowhere
2 – Name Your Price
3 – All That’s Left
4 – Enemy of Logic
5 – Ether
6 – Bury The Debt
7 – Sentient
8 – Illusion Of Choice
9 – Coerce:Conform
10 – What Is Dead May Never Die
11 – Vela
12 – Unify
NO CONSEQUENCE will be touring thoughout the year in support of “IO”, dates announced so far are:
with Exist Immortal
02.23 – Boilerroom, Guildford
06.03 – Relentless Garage, London
07.03 – The Vic Inn, Derby
08.03 – Intake Club, Mansfield
09.03 – Kingston Peel, Kingston
“IO” will be released via Basick Records this spring.