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STERADIAN

2010 - Present

 

 

Lanthanide Releases

 

 

STERADIAN -

SUBVERSIVE TACTICS & SUBJUGATION TECHNIQUES  LSD10 ISSUED: 11.11.2014

 

STERADIAN -

THE ZENITH ANGLE     

LSD03 ISSUED: 2.5.2013

 

STERADIAN -

UNIT   

LSD02 ISSUED: 5.4.2012

 

STERADIAN -

Xe54

LSD11 ISSUED: 10.23.2015

 

After The Transport Assembly called it quits in late 2009, Josiah Feinberg started writing  songs for a solo project. Seattle producer Andy Meyer was enlisted to record the set at Seesaw Recording Company in early 2010. After the sessions, Josiah decided that he wanted to form a full band and play these songs live.  Josiah recruited Eric Junge (The Building Press, Patrol) to play drums,  John Herman (The Forth, The Quiet Ones) took on bass duties, and Steradian was born.

 

The group worked up the material from the Seesaw sessions, penned some new songs, and started perfoming around the Seattle area in early 2011. That same year, Steradian released the "Watts Per Steradian" single - with two songs from the Seesaw Sessions - as Lanthanide Series #1. In late 2011 they started recording new material at John Herman's studio, StateBird, and from there the "Unit" EP was released in 2012.

 

In 2013 they released their first full-length album, "The Zenith Angle", which exemplifies their dissonant style of progressive and aggressive rock music. Their follow-up record, entitled "Subversive Tactics & Subjugation Techniques", was released in 2014. This second album retains Steradian's signature dissonant chords, odd time signatures and literary lyrics, while expanding the melodic content of their musical program. In late 2014 guitarist David Totten (Scriptures, Hand Of The Hills) joined the band, and Steradian is currently writing new compositions as a quartet.

STERADIAN -

WATTS PER STERADIAN

LSD01 ISSUED: 1.4.2011

 

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