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Equipoise Delirium is Side Chain’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Hold onto your shadows, music fans, because Side Chain’s “Equipoise Delirium” is a portal to a twilight soundscape, where 90s sound meets ethereal mystery. Prepare to be hooked from the very first mysterious arpeggio.

Equipoise Delirium is Side Chain’s Single Out Now

The song throbs with a dark, brooding energy reminiscent of bands like Staind, Type O Negative, and even Metallica. 

The vocal delivery is the anchor in this storm of sound. Deep, intense, and brimming with emotion, it pulls you into the heart of the song’s emotional core. It’s a performance that demands attention.

The powerful, distorted guitars are the muscle behind the magic. They create a wall of sound that’s both heavy and atmospheric, perfectly setting the stage for the song’s haunting beauty.

But it’s not just brute force; there’s a sense of etherealness in the way they intertwine with the vocals, creating a unique sonic universe.

The musicianship is tight, the sound is polished, and each member delivers a masterful performance. This isn’t just a song; it’s a collective expression of talent and vision.

“Equipoise Delirium” conjures a picture of a moonlit forest, its beauty tinged with an unsettling sense of danger. In the distance, the faint glow of a dystopian city hints at a world on the brink.

If you’re looking for music that’s dark, atmospheric, and packed with skilled musicianship, then look no further. Just be prepared to be transported to a world where shadows dance and secrets whisper in the moonlight.

Equipoise Delirium is Side Chain’s Single Out Now!


Equipoise Delirium is Side Chain’s Single Out Now

Formed in 2015, Stephen Shatzer, Dustin Miller, John Kyzer, James Pennington, and Nathan Cameron released their first album, Alchemy in 2017. They began to write heavier music after the release and came out with “Roll the Dice” soon afterwards. Unfortunately while working on their next single “Subterfuge”, long-time friend and bassist John Kyzer passed away. Mike Helmbeck joined the group and helped finish the track and went on to help write “Anomaly” released at the end of 2019.

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