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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

 

Steradian began in 2010 when guitarist/vocalist Josiah Feinberg (The Transport Assembly, Max Minimum) recorded several song ideas at Seattle's Seesaw Recording. Soon after, drummer and longtime friend Eric Junge (Vermilion, Patrol) joined the project. After months of searching, Josiah and Eric met bassist/vocalist/producer John Herman (The Forth, Quiet Ones) and the ensemble was born.

Over several years and stages, Steradian has remained a distinctive purveyor of Northwest Math-rock, post-hardcore and heavy progressive rock. Steradian was also responsible for the birth of the Lanthanide Series.

Steradian operated as a trio from 2010 through late 2014. The first Steradian release was a single (Watts per Steradian) culled from the Seesaw sessions with producer Andy Meyer. After that, Steradian shifted production to John Herman's studios - StateBird, and later Downtown Denver. From those locations, the Unit EP as well as two full lengths The Zenith Angle  and Subversive Tactics and Subjugation Techniques were created.

In October of 2014 guitarist David Totten (Hand of the Hills, Scriptures) joined Steradian, bringing a new dimension and dynamic to the sound of the band. In this quartet format, the Xe54 EP was recorded at CC Studio & Live at The Columbia City Theater in April of 2015.

In June of 2015, founding member Josiah Feinberg relocated to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he is presently working on a new project. Shortly after guitarist Fiona Gurney (U Bellin Hemmie) joined to take over guitar duties Eric Junge left the group deciding to focus on his teaching career and Niko Wood (U Bellin Hemmie) took over drum duties.

 

The new lineup is currently working on material for a new record.

 

STERADIAN -

WATTS PER STERADIAN

LSD01 ISSUED: 1.4.2011

 

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