Dispersion's fourth full-length album, "Monochrome", is a seven-track exploration rooted in black metal, with strong post avant-garde and atmospheric influences. While not a concept album, "Monochrome" weaves a theme of solitary introspection, delving into self-awareness and the inner self. This release marks a significant point in Dispersion's journey, showcasing their ability to blend intense black metal foundations with layers of atmospheric depth, inviting listeners on a reflective and immersive auditory experience.
Nothing is Left
Regret of Sisyphus