PseudoSignal – Hierophant Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising progressive metal band, PSEUDOSIGNAL, from Australia. We have reviewed their amazing song, HIEROPHANT, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

PseudoSignal is a promising progressive/math/djent metal band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about a month ago with their innovative song, Hierophant, off from their long-play debut album, “Fractal Severance” which was released in 2020. PseudoSignal is an excellent example of why I am always excited to discover bands like them. I believe, bands and artists such as PseudoSignal are going to be the future of our favorite music if they can show consistency in their careers, where every action we take (buying and streaming their music, attending their live shows and supporting them) considered to be a vote for shaping the future at the same time. Now, please give it a listen while reading the rest of the article.

I have always been a person who is into pure and unguided creativity, which we can only see and hear by the unsigned/indie bands and artists because they are entirely free to build their musical empires in their own ways. Just like pure love, which cannot sustain in this imperfect world of ours, legendary bands are usually bound to obey the rules of their labels/management in order to maintain their popularity. Whenever I discover a new promising band, I can hear more creativity and innovative thinking than big names such as Slipknot or Metallica. Yeah, I am aware that this might sound weird to you at first, but think about it.

PseudoSignal’s music is a delicious blend of many different elements of rock/metal/jazz music. As we all know, there are many new bands out there trying to do something new with the same trick I mentioned. However, creating something ultimate as a collective is what we call; unique. We live in an era where there has never been this number of active musicians/bands making music. And I consider PseudoSignal as one of those unique bands. First of all, they have the right foundations in their music. The decisions are smart, and the flow is exceptional. I loved the complexity in their instrumentation and in the composition in general, where the listener never feels like getting bored or losing interest until the end. They show great potential with their advanced musicianships, intelligent songwriting skills, and understanding of music above anything else.


Technically, Hierophant has top-class standards as well as its musicality. It has a modern approach in general, yet it doesn’t sound like any other metalcore/deathcore/djent bands out there. The more I listen to the song, the more I come up with exciting ideas they can add to their richness. As I said earlier, it is all about the right foundations. Fractal Severance is just their debut where they have simply exceeded every expectation we usually have from up and coming bands.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am genuinely impressed by PseudoSignal. Hierophant is a promising work, an exceptional debut that will catch the right people’s attention, instantly turn them into followers. It is not always possible to come to a conclusion about a band by only looking at their one song or album. But I can tell you one thing for sure; Hierophant is always going to be a song that will make them proud.

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the artist/band, follow them on social media and subscribe to their channels to show your support and not miss any upcoming releases.

PseudoSignal – Hierophant Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine

In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates PSEUDOSIGNAL for their exceptional job in HIEROPHANT and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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