Photo courtesy of our friend Patrick Häberli of Prog Hippie
Since we first heard it, it hasn’t left our ears much since. Uneven Structure‘s much anticipated debut album Februus is making waves that will no doubt propel them to the forefront of progressive metal. We spoke with uneven axeman Auré “worC” Pereira for an interview regarding Februus, his kickass hair, and other such oddities.
First off, introduce yourself! Who are you, what do you do, and why should people care?
Hey my name’s Auré, I play guitar in Uneven Structure and people should care because I have strange hair.
So your debut album Februus is finally here and the feedback has been phenomenal. How’s it feel?
After all these years of hard work, it feels a bit weird actually to know that Februus is finally out and that we don’t have any control on it anymore. To be honest we weren’t expecting such a huge amount of feedback. People seem to enjoy it a lot, the reviews have all been very positive and as far as I know pre-sales are good so yeah, we can say we are really happy with how things look at the moment.