You don't just listen to progressive rock band Socionic, you experience its thoroughly cultivated artistry. Focused on expression through varied mediums, the essence of the band resonates through still artwork and video as well as its powerful music. The sleek aggression of the LA-based quartet's debut EP, Identity, experienced with the project's stunning visuals make for a gorgeously haunting journey, the embodiment of which can be felt through their music video for "Epiphany", currently streaming online.
The group has already garnered favorable reactions from the press, with Music Connection Magazine rating 'Identity' in their Top 25 New Music Critiques of 2013 citing: "Stellar performances, rich production and an ability to craft multi-level tunes that would improve any sci-fi/horror soundtrack." A recent string of live shows elicited a passionate review from Metal Assault describing their performance as a "thought-provoking display of dark musical artistry which combined the heavy and the tender elements in equal measure."
Currently writing for the next album and performing regionally, the band is quickly gaining momentum both live and online with a sound that seamlessly flows from brutal to beautiful, and a message that moves the mind.
Michael Meinhart - Vocals
Matthew Denis - Bass
Lior Dar - Drums
Billy Graczyk - Guitar