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2005 finds Decahedron launching off their stunning debut full-length, Disconnection_Imminent, in a textured and exploratory direction. A six-song CD recorded with Don Zientara at Inner Ear Studios, 2005 is a sonic reaction to a political landscape dominated by insatiable power and limitless deception. The mini-album's tracks are a continuation of Decahedron's impassioned and pointed assault on puppet presidents and shadowy superstructures.

Decahedron's hard-hitting salvos on power, greed, and the role of technology aiding each of them are complemented by their unrelenting, punishing sound. Jake Brown (Moments in Grace) contributes bass tracks on 2005, adding a thickly detailed underpinning behind Jason Hamacher's ballistic drum work. Shelby Cinca's jagged guitar sounds and frequent use of delay, echo, and effects contribute to an overall unsettled sound, a reaction to contemporary panic and unease. Rounding out 2005 are reworked, charged covers of Cop Shoot Cop and Bauhaus songs.

Decahedron performed with such notable acts as Cursive, Mono,Moments in Grace, Dillinger Escape Plan. They planned on touring the U.S. comprehensively in support of 2005 but broke up immediately after their tumultuous recording session.

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released June 13, 2005

Shelby Cinca – Guitar, Vocals, Design
Jason Hamacher – Drums, Percussion
Jake Brown – Bass, Vocals

Recorded at Inner Ear by Don Zientara

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Decahedron Washington, D.C.

Decahedron started in 2001 as a project between Jason Hamacher and Shelby Cinca, both formerly of the DC punk
band, Frodus. Upon the breakup of Frodus in 1999, the two convened work on musical projects with various collaborators.
After some time apart, they reunited again along with longtime Fugazi acquaintance Joe Lally, whom Shelby initially
met after recording two albums for DC's Dead Meadow.
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