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  • Years Active

    2008 – present (15 years)

  • Founded In

    Metz, Moselle, Grand Est, France

  • Members

    • Arnaud Verrier (2015 – present)
    • Aurélien Pereira
    • Benoît Friedrich
    • Christian Schreil
    • Igor Omodei
    • Jean Ferry
    • Jérôme Colombelli
    • Matthieu Romarin

Uneven Structure is a band formed in Metz, France in 2008, playing a nuanced blend of and music with some songs considered in sound.

The culmination of worC (Aurélien Perreira) and Eggeh (Igor Omodei) projects, their style is inspired by Meshuggah's polyrhythmic structure and muted guitar tones. The EP "8", the band's first release, is available as a free download in its entirety from the band's official website. Their first full-length album, Februus, released on October 31, 2011.

Consisting of ten main tracks and three additional ambient pieces on a second CD, Februus' blend of Meshuggah-style rhythms with the atmospherics of Jesu and ambient undertones of Rosetta has garnered much respect from the metal community. Each track flows seamlessly into the next, making the album into a singlular monolithic concept.

UES formed after the split of Longchat with Igor Omodei and Benoit Friedrich.

Current lineup:
Matthieu Romarin on vocals
Jean Ferry on drums
Benoit Friedrich on bass
Jérôme Colombelli on guitars
Aurélien Perreira on guitars and ambiences
Igor Omodei on guitars and production

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