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The best kept secret in music


Nomonic (formerly Dysrhythmia)

Dave TeLindert, Nomonic’s guitarist most eloquently describes the mission of the band when he says, “I’m not trying to send a @#$’in’ message; I just want to rock, man!” And rocking is just what these Sheboygan, WI-based boys do, as they deliver post-grunge alt-metal mayhem with their new EP, “Redunkulous,” (a slang term referring to new, unheard realms of ridiculousness, for those of you non-hipsters out there.)

Forming as a basement high school band in 1995 under the name Dysrhythmia (which they recently changed because of a dispute with a Pennsylvania act), they started blending influences by bands like Metallica, Incubus, and Tool to create a heavy sound that has a crashing, dynamically heavy, yet-not-hardcore style that, in their words, is a “constant test of will.”

This struggle through everyday life is what Nomonic’s songs are about and “Redonkulous” standouts are “Knot to Hang”, “All That’s Left”, and “Loneliness”. Singer Chris Kennedy’s voice is reminiscent of Brad Arnold (Three Doors Down) and keeps a medium cool while the guitars chunkily riff behind him.

“Redonkulous” will be available for special pre-release purchase at Maximum Ink’s Bomblastica, where Nomonic will be playing both the Madison (March 19) and Milwaukee (March 20) shows. The official release is March 23rd. The next few months take these cheese-head head-bangers as far as Tennessee, Minnesota, and Texas, while maintaining a busy schedule in the Wisconsin scene.

By Mike Huberty
- Maximum Ink


Redonkulous - Nomonic - (2004)
Chasing Fire Trucks - (2007)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Resonating with an aggressive, passionate, and heavy sound, Nomonic is one of the up and coming bands in the Midwest hard rock scene.

Nomonic came together in the summer of 2004 from two highly regarded local acts; Dysrhythmia and Section 8. They headed into the studio to work with producers Chris Djuricic (Soil) and Trevor Sadler (Nine Inch Nails). Their debut album "Redonkulous" has become a fixture on local and college radio stations throughout the Midwest.

Having gained exposure by winning numerous battle of the bands, Nomonic has received the most recognition by opening for national recording artists Blindside, Less Than Jake, Dark New Day, Flickerstick, Memento and One Less Reason. They have also headlined at popular rock venues such as Hard Rock Cafe (Memphis, TN), The Annex (Madison,WI) and The Rave (Milwaukee, WI).

Nomonic’s chemistry and charisma has them poised for great things in the future. This is one act you won’t want to miss.