SYSTEM DIVIDE: New Video Interview Posted Online

Rustyn Rose of Metalholic.com recently conducted an interview with SYSTEM DIVIDE — the extreme modern metal act featuring Sven De Caluwé (ABORTED) and Miri Milman (ex-DISTORTED) on vocals, Cole Martinez (ex-YEARS OF FIRE, ANTENORA) and Joseph Spiller (ex-THE BINARY CODE) on guitars, Andrew Lenthe (ANTENORA) on bass, and Mike Heller (MALIGNANCY) on drums. You can now watch the chat below.

"The Conscious Sedation", the full-length debut from SYSTEM DIVIDE, sold around 300 copies in the United States in its first week of release. Issued on September 14, 2010 via Metal Blade Records, the CD was recorded at Conquistador studios in Cleveland, Ohio and was mixed and mastered by James Murphy (OBITUARY, TESTAMENT, DEATH).

SYSTEM DIVIDE's "The Apex Doctrine" video was directed by Kevin Custer, who has previously worked with HATEBREED, TESTAMENT, DOPE, DYING FETUS and SUFFOCATION, among others.

Founded in summer 2008, SYSTEM DIVIDE set out to revolutionize the conventions of the over-saturated melodic death metal genre, proving that extreme metal can have more depth than blast beats, while female vocals do not have to conform to the precepts of the "goth" genre. In mixing many styles, "The Collapse" breaks all the rules of extreme metal and is a landmark release for the young band.

As opposed to interjecting simple, predictable clean choruses into contrived song structures, SYSTEM DIVIDE unites serene female vocals and extreme vocals driven by lyrical themes that confront and seek to break everyday themes of disillusionment, societal materialism, and individual apathy. Musically, the band delivers myriad styles of riffing and grooves, while augmenting the entrancing soundscapes with hard-hitting drums and intricate bass lines. These elements together define the unique, spell binding, hypnotic sound of SYSTEM DIVIDE.

For more information, visit SYSTEM DIVIDE's MySpace page.

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