Lebanese progressive metallers Turbulence have premiered a live video for “Richardson’s Nightmare”, a song taken from the band’s debut Disequilibrium. The video was shot during the band’s performance at the Summer Fusion 2015 festival at the Sea Side Road in Al Kaslik, Lebanon. Watch it below.
In an interview for Prog Metal Zone, about the story of the album guitarist Alain Ibrahim said:
Disequilibrium can be found in almost everything around us, and that can be traced throughout the album as a whole. The story was inspired from that TV show you were referring to (it was called Flash Forward). I am really fascinated with the human psyche, the contrast and struggle between the conscious and subconscious, and I linked it to the storyline in Flash Forward to come up with the theme behind the title track, so basically you have Disequilibrium the concept, and Disequilibrium the story, which is inspired by Flash Forward.
Disequilibrium features guest appearances from singer Elia Monsef (Amadeus Awad) and drummers Luca and Simon Ciccotti. The band played a release party show on July 3 featuring The Dragonfly Orchestra. Ibrahim commented:
To be able to play this complex piece of music live and with the accompaniment of a live Orchestra is just to unreal to describe. We are considering making a small budget DVD out of it hopefully very soon!