Second Scale The Summit Teaser

2012-12-22 by Thompson D. Gerhart STAFF | 16 Comments
Adding to fan anticipation, Progressive instrumentalists Scale The Summit have released a second compilation of clips of the individual members working on material for upcoming album The Migration.

This new teaser can be viewed at http://youtu.be/OypAAM8Kufs.

In addition to the musical footage, the video promises fans similar video insight into the band's time in the studio to be released sometime soon. Scale The Summit's upcoming fourth album, The Migration, is currently slated for a yet-unspecified Spring 2013 release.

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AlmightyHabeeb
December 22nd 2012
108 Comments


Sounds good, as always

kingjulian
December 22nd 2012
1403 Comments


Sweet.

Jade
Emeritus
December 22nd 2012
10694 Comments


Funny. I was thinking about this album this morning.

bloc
December 22nd 2012
41172 Comments


This band is starting to sound stale to me. The previous two albums are still enjoyable from time to time, but I think this new one may get old fast for me.

mindleviticus
December 22nd 2012
9019 Comments


This band is starting to sound amazing to me.


Completely agree, bloc =D

Groink
December 22nd 2012
810 Comments


Awesome stuff.

AtomicWaste
Moderator
December 22nd 2012
2680 Comments


I really like whatever it is Chris was playing at the end, there.

Aside from that, I don't know how much of a feel you can get for the album from this, but from the two teasers, this sounds more like Monument than anything else at this point, which isn't the greatest thing. Somehow I still think it'll come out amazing.

sailSAway
December 22nd 2012
1077 Comments


like the top comment on youtube: "my´╗┐ pants can fit only so many boners"

North0House2
December 23rd 2012
5944 Comments


Meh. They're extremely talented, but it's just kind of predictable to be honest. I could never really get into the other releases either though... not enough variation, felt kinda cold and emotionless. But that's just me.

DamnVanne
December 23rd 2012
2290 Comments


I remember the teaser for The Collective; it hardly foreshadowed how great the album was. Bits of leads can't capture what makes Scale the Summit songs great.
Don't be cynical. There is no reason to doubt these guys.

Tijnmans
December 23rd 2012
378 Comments


It's insane how they still haven't toured Europe.

DamnVanne
December 23rd 2012
2290 Comments


I thought it was weird how they only played the Prog Nation tour with DT and Zappa in North America. Their show is awesome, but the stage presence is a little bland. Though it's worth the price of a ticket just to see Whales OR Giants OR Origin of Species with added solo section

MO
December 23rd 2012
21645 Comments


meh same old shit

BugZoid
December 28th 2012
331 Comments


This honestly looks like it will entail a whole new level of variation. All of this sounds fresh, at least within the realm of what they have released so far.

shaolinmonk
January 28th 2013
39 Comments


Im very excited


Progger6009
January 28th 2013
1143 Comments


They are good but not as good as the Animal himself Tosin.



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