The Machinations Of Dementia

Blotted ScienceJanuary 1, 2007
Metal℗ 2007 Spastic Music
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The Machinations of Dementia is the sole studio album by the instrumental progressive metal band Blotted Science, released September 18, 2007, on guitarist Ron Jarzombek's EclecticElectric label. It was issued in Japan on June 22, 2011, via Marquee/Avalon.
The album had been in the making since 2005, but progress stalled when original drummer Chris Adler had to bow out due to commitments with his band Lamb of God; his successor, Derek Roddy, left over "musical differences" after a six-month tenure.
According to Ron Jarzombek, "75 percent" of The Machinations of Dementia was written utilizing the "Circle of 12 Tones", derived from the twelve-tone technique pioneered by Austrian-born composer Arnold Schoenberg in the 1920s.

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Songs
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Synaptic Plasticity5:56
2
Laser Lobotomy5:20
3
Brain Fingerprinting3:34
4
Oscillation Cycles1:38
5
Activation Synthesis Theory8:09
6
R.E.M.1:11
7
Night Terror4:50
8
Bleeding In The Brain4:56
9
Vegetation1:28
10
Narcolepsy2:52
11
E.E.G. Tracings4:04
12
Sleep Deprivation0:36
13
The Insomniac3:56
14
Amnesia2:24
15
Adenosine Breakdown3:10
16
Adenosine Buildup3:10
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16
Released
January 1, 2007
Label
℗ 2007 Spastic Music
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