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The Butterfly Effect (EP)

by The Cyberiam

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Compact Disc sleeve design by Brian Kovacs based on artwork by Murray McDowell.

    The Butterfly Effect is The Cyberiam’s second studio effort - 21 minute and 12 second song (2112 - prog fans will surely hear the nod to the Canadian trio that inspired at least one member of The Cyberiam to become a musician)

    This EP contains the prog epic by the same name. Divided into five sections, this is one of those lengthy, multi-faceted pieces that prog fans long for and this one from a modern band with a modern touch - melodic, hard rocking and very prog.

    Musicians:
    Brian Kovacs – Electric & Upright Bass, Vocals
    Frank Lucas – Piano & Keyboards
    Tommy Murray – Drums & Electronic Drums
    Keith Semple – Vocals, Guitars, Additional Programming and Loops

    Tracks:

    The Butterfly Effect:
    Part 1 - The Event
    Part 2 - Ripples
    Part 3 - Realizations
    Part 4 - The Shape of Things to Come
    Part 5 - A New Reality

    Format: CD
    Artist: The Cyberiam

    Includes unlimited streaming of The Butterfly Effect (EP) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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1.
One decision changed it all Bet you’re happy that you waited Live to fight another day Curiosity is sated Never ran the red light Another soul was ended Thoughts of “what if it were me?” Was life overextended? Do you wanna fly? Choose your Butterfly Will you choose to die to slay your Butterfly? 20 generations passed The descendants might discover The cure to all mankind’s disease From which we won’t recover Do you wanna fly? Choose your Butterfly If you choose to lie To save your Butterfly
2.
(instrumental)
3.
Every little thing I do is forging nations Every little thing I do breaks apart the fabric of the time continuum Every little thing I do attempts to foil the majesty laid out by Father Time Anon it shall remain “anon-linear”
4.
(instrumental)
5.
Wait to see what I would do again Wait and see what I would do again I guess the universe did not intend For me to stick around until the end With all the extra time I’ve got to spend I still don’t think I’ll ever comprehend

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The Butterfly Effect is The Cyberiam’s second studio effort - 21 minute and 12 second song (21:12 - prog fans will surely hear the nod to the Canadian trio that inspired at least one member of The Cyberiam to become a musician)

This EP contains the prog epic by the same name. Divided into five sections, this is one of those lengthy, multi-faceted pieces that prog fans long for and this one from a modern band with a modern touch - melodic, hard rocking and very prog.

credits

released May 9, 2019

Keith Semple - Vocals and Guitar
Tommy Murray - Drums
Frank Lucas - Keyboards
Brian Kovacs - Bass and Background Vocals

Mixed by Keith Semple
Mastered by Andy VanDette at Engine Room Audio

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The Cyberiam Chicago, Illinois

Comprised of some of Chicago’s most accomplished musicians, The Cyberiam have come together to create their own unique brand of hard/heavy progressive rock.
Influenced by bands like Dream Theater, Marillion, and Rush, their music has been described as the “heavy, atmospheric prog of bands like Porcupine Tree and Tool with a good melodic and pop sensibility”. Their live shows are simply stunning.
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