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Assume No Order 2011

May 4, 2011

Band: Assume No Order
Release: Slaggered (EP)
Date: 2011
Genre: Experimental instrumental metal
Home: Toronto

Download the Release for free, click here.

Notes: Nigel Barylewicz began in Chatham as a guitar player for local death metal bands while in high school. He later moved to Toronto and began releasing experimental (mostly metal) albums, performing all the instruments on the recordings.

Musicians
Nigel Barylewicz – Nigel Barylewicz
Grant Johnson – 3AM Radio Theremin Outro

Tracks
1. Aggregate, 2. Solidification, 3. Pelletized, 4. Blast Furnace.

Discography
Assume No Order – 2011 – Slaggered (EP)
Assume No Order – 2010 – Nothing More
Assume No Order – 2007 – Exit Dark (EP)
Assume No Order – 2002 – Nigel
Nigel Barylewicz – 2001 – A Selection Of Works

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Assume No Order 2010

March 9, 2010

Artist: Assume No Order
Release: Nothing More
Resides: Toronto
Home Town: Chatham

Assume No Order is a solo experimental/instrumental project by Nigel Barylewicz.

Tracks
01 Heavy Game
02 False Start
03 First One Of The Day
04 Why Are We Yelling
05 Speaking Of This Heat
06 The Chicken Wing
07 Nothing More
08 Bug Me Anytime You Want
09 Red Amber Ale

Visit Nigel online here or here.

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Nigel Barylewicz – A Selection Of Works (2001)

May 19, 2009
CD Cover
CD Cover

Artist: Nigel Barylewicz
Release: A Selection Of Works Composed By A Certain Individual
Date: 2001
Home: Chatham Ontario Canada

Nigel’s release comes from the post high school years after playing with Chatham Death metal band Stimotik. This release is the beginning to new experimental tastes, which he will carry on in the future with his next project ‘Assume No Order’.

All songs performed, produced & written by Nigel.

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Assume No Order – Exit Dark EP (2007)

May 18, 2009

Assume No Order
Release: Exit Dark EP
Date: 2007
Style: Experimental

Nigel Barylewicz – All music, guitars, bass, and drums

  Nigel began playing in metal bands in high school in Chatham Ontario.
He has since moved to the Toronto area.
 This is a great CD that is calculated noize, jazz, metal, and everything in between, but like nothing you heard before. Fans of Mr. Bungle & other less known underground bands will love this CD.

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