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Uneven Structure: Why the metallers turned to prog for album number two

Eager to stay ahead of the curve, Uneven Structure are going proggier and more atmospheric on their long-awaited second album – and that’s part of the reason why it took so long...

“I’m drinking wine from a local vineyard!” says guitarist Igor ‘Iggy’ Omodei, as we settle into a chat about Uneven Structure’s new album La Partition. “There are lots of vineyards in this area.”

A couple of years ago, the French tech proggers moved from Metz in the north-east of France, not far from the Germany/Luxembourg border, to the Mediterranean coast. “For the sunshine,” he explains – as if there would be any other reason. With their own studio, looked after by singer Matthieu Romarin, an invigorated line-up and a new album about to land, life is good for them right now.

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