AUTOCATALYTICA - Shares Groovy Proggy Chaos In Lyric Video "Zippler"

Autocatalytica is a bubbling cauldron of scatter-brained prog-metal insanity helmed by guitarist/vocalist Eric Thorfinnson. The newest release for the band “Powerclashing Maximalism” was recently released last month on October 16th. The LP is the band's third and it explores all corners of Autocatalytica’s sound in a tight 36-minute runtime over eight tracks, from the Meshuggah-esque stomp of “Borndun” to the Jazzy Math Rock of “Cheggo”. While at this time Autocatalytica exists solely as a recording project, no one knows what the future holds!

Today, in support of the album, the band is sharing their latest lyric video for the track "Zippler". A song written about the illusion of free will, it splits down the middle in the vein of the likes of Protest the Hero and the Mars Volta, it’s zippy, groovy, and has got some chaos thrown in for good measure.

The lyric video can be viewed and heard below!

Formed as a solo project in 2009, as an expressive outlet for Thorfinnson’s abstract angst and penchant for everything over the top. Thorfinnson has always drawn inspiration from a vast collage of different artists resulting in a sound that is sure to surprise and intrigue listeners of all persuasions. For fans of Devin Townsend, Meshuggah, and Protest The Hero, Autocatalytica's new album “Powerclashing Maximalism” is available on, Spotify, Apple Music.


1. Borndun (5:18) 
2. Zippler (3:33) 
3. Trash Serum (5:19) 
4. Cheggo (4:35) 
5. Dukka Dukka (6:00) 
6. Bananas Have Potassium (4:05) 
7. Crawboi (6:08) 
8. Graveo (2:32)