UK progressive metal band TesseracT have, according to Century Media Records, turned in their sophomore full length album Altered States as a 51-minute track. Now, in a way this isn’t a surprise as their Concealing Fate EP (review) was essentially a near 28-minute unending track that was split up into six individual pieces that flowed seamlessly into one another. I’m guessing that it will be the same with this album.
No official release date has been set but one can hope we’ll get to hear it before summer ends.
Altered State will be the first album with new vocalist Ashe O’Hara. A single entitled “Nocturne” can be heard below.
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