Artificial Selection is the eighth studio album by American rock band Dance Gavin Dance, released on June 8, 2018, on Rise Records. It is the follow-up to the band's seventh studio album, Mothership (2016) and is their third consecutive studio release with the same line-up. The album was produced by Kris Crummett, Erik Ron, and Dryw Owens, and was self-produced by Dance Gavin Dance, making it the first release by the band to feature more than one producer
Artificial Selection is the eighth studio album by American post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance, released on June 8, 2018, on Rise Records. It serves as a follow-up to the band’s seventh studio album, Mothership (2016). Artificial Selection Q&A. Artwork Mattias Adolfsson. Art Direction Alan Ashcraft. Executive Producer Will Swan.
Post-Hardcore, Progressive Rock USA Release Date: . 6. Mothership (2016): bestcoreportal.
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Dance Gavin Dance are a band that have reached a level of success that many in their vein could only dream of. After nearly a decade of tumultuous line-up changes, style shifts and fluctuating critical reception, Dance Gavin Dance had managed to carve their own niche in the music industry with their eclectic instrumentation, quirky-meme screamer Jon Mess, and melodramatic clean vocalist, Tilian Pearson. They’ve worked at their own pace to build an eclectic discography of genre-bending material with a sort of cult following that was as wacky and obtuse as the band. That was until they released. In comes Artificial Selection, a record that the band’s guitarist, Will Swan, touted as being their most diverse and sonically incohesive one yet. For many bands that automatically sounds like a major red-flag, but Dance Gavin Dance are a different beast.
Dance Gavin Dance return with another smashing album in the form of Artificial Selection. Anyone familiar with DGD will be well used to their chaotic and dynamic musical style, one which fuses multiple elements within their song writing across any of their given albums, Artificial Selection is no exception. You get it all here, kitchen sink thrown in for good measure as they ravage their way across a fourteen track brutal yet highly melodic album that you cannot step away from!