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"Being in this band is like herding a bunch of stoned cats!" We get lit with nu-metal band Diverted Disorder







After a substantial hiatus from the music scene, Frontman Hardman rediscovered his musical fervour, embarking on a journey of recording songs in his home studio. Collaborating with Jared Gunston Brought forth the first track in January 2021, and so the birth of Diverted Disorder—an idea that had lingered in Hardman's mind since 2012.



The project officially transitioned into a four-piece band in August 2022, and their inaugural live performance took place on November 26, a momentous occasion for the newly formed group. This progression—from solo recordings to a fully-fledged band—underscores the enduring dedication and passion behind Diverted Disorder.


The band unveiled their debut album, "Technical Difficulties," in November 2022, marking a significant milestone in their musical journey. This release serves as a testament to their collective talent and passion for crafting intense, emotionally charged compositions. From heavy riffs that reverberate through your soul to melodic hooks that linger in your mind, Diverted Disorder's music explores themes of personal struggles, societal challenges, and the intricate tapestry of the human experience.


The album, titled "Technical Difficulties," encapsulates the challenges the band faced throughout the recording phase, reflecting the hurdles and obstacles that became an integral part of the creative journey.


"Technical Difficulties" has resonated with listeners and critics alike, garnering positive feedback and establishing a devoted fan base for the band. At its core, the album reflects the band's commitment to pushing boundaries and delivering a sonic experience that transcends the ordinary.


Diverted Disorder has been making remarkable strides in the music scene, having embarked on tours and performed at multiple shows. The anticipation is building as the band gears up for the release of their second album in 2024, promising an exciting chapter in their musical journey.


An especially noteworthy development is the band's plan for a UK tour in August. Touring not only offers a unique opportunity for direct engagement with fans but also serves as a platform to showcase their music to diverse audiences, potentially expanding their reach and influence.


In the midst of these achievements, it would be intriguing to learn more about the thematic inspirations that shape Diverted Disorder's music and the overarching goals the band envisions with the upcoming album and tour. The creative processes and aspirations behind the music often add depth to the narrative of a band's evolution.



TELL US ABOUT YOUR LATEST ALBUM OR SINGLE


D5 is our latest single, The song takes inspiration from the Nu-metal area.


The song tells the tale of the struggles a person experiences when living with an addict. The story of the everyday life of these people.


WHICH SONG WOULD YOU SAY SUMS UP YOUR SOUND THE BEST?


Lost souls on Elgin Road, but we are so diverse in our music that it’s difficult to pin our music to a specific genre.



DESCRIBE YOUR MUSIC IN A FEW WORDS.


Imagine if thrash metal and blues had a party with death metal and core, our music will be the product of that gathering.


WHO HAVE YOUR BIGGEST INFLUENCES BEEN?


Asking Alexandria, Avenged Sevenfold, Megadeth and early Death metal vocalists.


HOW DID YOU GET INTO MUSIC?


Listening to Guns and Roses as a boy inspired me to start making music.


WHAT IS THE CREATIVE PROCESS LIKE FOR YOU WHEN MAKING MUSIC?


We would normally come together, and someone would bring a baseline idea and then the band would develop it together.


WHAT DO YOU THINK WOULD BE THE COOLEST COLLABORATION PROJECT BETWEEN YOU AND ANOTHER ARTIST?


Anything with Asking Alexandria


PLEASE TELL US A RANDOM FACT ABOUT YOURSELF?


Being in this band is like herding a bunch of stoned cats


WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU’VE BEEN GIVEN?


Don’t trust people, keep your ideas to yourself and don’t count your chickens before they are hatched.


IF YOU COULD CHANGE ANYTHING ABOUT THE INDUSTRY, WHAT WOULD IT BE?


The competition, bands only want to destroy each other and doesn’t want to help.


WHAT'S NEXT?


Watch our social media, new album loading and some amazing tours


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