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December 27, 2001
Bass tracks were recorded almost two weeks ago for Dichotic's final release. Only the guitar tracks remain to be recorded. Dichotic is expected to commence recording the guitars early in the new year. We'll see how it goes.

In other news, if anyone out there is looking to hire a web developer, please let me know.

November 24, 2001
Recording of Dichotic third and final release Too Little, Too Late resumed last weekend. Vocal tracks were recorded, and Dichotic plans to go back into the studio on December 16th to add bass tracks. Getting the guitars recorded will be a project unto itself, so don't expect the band to have anything ready for final release in the near future.

October 27, 2001
In case you haven't noticed or if this is your first visit to Discorporate Music online, the site has undergone a complete overhaul. It took a couple of months, but it's finally done. Oh yes, if you don't like the current color scheme, you can change it on the fly. Just select your color of preference from the drop-down list in the left side bar and hit 'Select'. If you have any suggestions or new ideas for the Discorporate Music site, pass them on.

It's been awhile since the Dichotic recording situation has been updated, but that's because there hasn't been much to report. The band plans to record bass and vocal tracks within the next month at a local studio. Guitars will be an ongoing work in progress. The band's usual producer had to leave the project for personal reasons so Dichotic is on its on to finish their recording. The tentative title for the CD is "Too Little, Too Late". More news will be posted as it becomes available.

August 17, 2001
Fredericton, New Brunswick's Fear Absolute is looking for a new vocalist. Here are the basic requirements:

The applicant must:
1) NOT be heavily into drugs or an alcohol abuser;
2) be an experienced lyricist;
3) be 19 years of age or older; and
4) possess a high degree of vocal versatility (i.e. can do more than just "brutal death metal" vocals).

Qualified individuals can contact Fear Absolute by email at fearabsolute@yahoo.ca or visit the band's Web site: www.fearabsolute.com for more information.

June 22, 2001
The official lineup, playing times and pricing information for Halifax Metalfest is now known. The originally-posted show announcement from June 16th has been modified to reflect this. Please note the two most important changes: Contrary to what some of the posters on telephone polls may say, the show now starts at 5pm and runs until 12am, and admission is $6 with a Pavilion concert listing or $7 without. Half the bands are traveling a long way to play Metalfest, so show them your support.

June 16, 2001
Dichotic will slip into an indefinite hiatus at the end of the month. Drummer Neil Grandy is leaving the band to pursue a more lucrative career as a mechanical engineer. However, the band will record drum tracks for 7 new songs prior to his departure. Dichotic will take their time recording the rest of the intruments, mixing and mastering the music. The 3rd and likely final Dichotic CD will be released in 2002 if all goes according to plan.

There will be one last live performance by the band at this year's Metalfest in Halifax, Nova Scotia on June 30th at the Pavilion. The official lineup (start time for each band in brackets) is:

  • Terratomb (11:15pm)
  • Esthesia (10:35pm)
  • Dichotic (9:50pm)
  • KAOS (9:10)
  • Burning Moon (8:30pm)
  • Fear Absolute (7:50pm)
  • Hellacaust (7:10pm)
  • Solemn Passing (6:35pm)
  • Cradle (6:00pm)
  • Descration Of Humanity* (5:30pm)

The show kicks off at 5pm and runs straight through until 12am. Admission is $6 with a Pavilion Concert Listing or $7 without. For more information on the bands scheduled to play, visit the links section.

*D.O.H. will play a special cover song to be performed by a mystery guest vocalist.

May 26, 2001
The Discorporate Music site finally has a guestbook. It's not one of those free ones either. It was created from scratch. So go ahead and sign it.

April 8, 2001
Discorporate Music's North American online ordering partner The Sigil.com has merged with Ire Records of Cedar Crest, New Mexico (USA). The combined company will continue to operate as Ire Records. If you ever placed an order with The Sigil.com, the process is the same on the Ire Records site. If you have any questions about ordering Discorporate Music titles, please feel free to contact us.

April 7, 2001
Show announcement: Dichotic, Burning Moon and Hellacaust will play on April 27th at The Pavilion in Halifax. The usual start time and cover charge should be expected.

March 17, 2001
Those crazy death metallers from Halifax Dichotic will record new music this year. A good chunk of the material for what will be the band's third release on Discorporate Music is ready. However, Dichotic is not going to rush things, so no definite time period has been pegged for the start of the project. Keep checking this site or the official Dichotic Web site for updates.

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