TesseracT Album Trailer 3
2013-04-17 by NonApplicable | 43 Comments
Progressive Metal band, TesseracT, have released the third trailer for their upcoming album "Altered State". A saxophone is prominently featured throughout the two minutes of new music.

"Altered State" is set to release on May 27th (EU)/May 28th (US) via CenturyMedia.

Check out the snippet of the new record:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-QmAdI7YDk
Tagged: TesseracT

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NonApplicable
April 17th 2013
1958 Comments


I know posting three album trailers is getting a bit excessive, but I was genuinely interested in how people felt about that sax.

Drummerboy123
April 17th 2013
2354 Comments


Loved it, but hopefully this will be the last trailer. Feel like they are showing a bit too much of
this album off. Isn't supposed to be a 51 minute song?

It just ruins the flow, I'd rather they just stream the whole album than give 2 min teasers out every
few weeks until the release.

Colliiiin
April 17th 2013
672 Comments


Band should just have a sax player instead of a vocalist

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MadMikeLove
April 17th 2013
653 Comments


agreed. cut out the terrible vocals in lieu of a sax player. Seriously, these guys sound more pretentious every week.

From all the trailers i've heard it's non stop vocal harmony chrous-things. This new tesseract fucking blows.

This snippet was cool though, because there were no vocals.

Shuyin
April 17th 2013
11602 Comments


yay

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Mabbitt
April 17th 2013
1364 Comments


It was cool until the chug chug dun dun guitar playing came in. I really hate those kinds of riffs. The sax was great though.

bloc
April 17th 2013
34848 Comments


Band should just have a sax player instead of a vocalist

Given how bad their current vocalist is, I'd have to agree.

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TooLateToGoBack
April 17th 2013
1764 Comments


Sax was great and I honestly don't mind the new vocalist too much.

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Dunpeal
April 17th 2013
3663 Comments


instrumental version of album plz

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 17th 2013
1992 Comments


Sax, really? I'll have to check this out when I next have a chance.

UnnamedOcean
April 17th 2013
3966 Comments


That was....interesting. Their new vocalist doesn't fit the band though. His voice is too gentle.

TomAkaVeto
April 17th 2013
1636 Comments


The sax is too high in the mix, but that was pretty cool. Can't argue that they're trying new things. That's definitely something I haven't heard before.

chug73
April 17th 2013
1055 Comments


Sounding good. But so far we haven't heard any harsh vocals. Are they going full prog this time around?

FearThyEvil
April 17th 2013
12545 Comments


Just release a fucking song already

UnnamedOcean
April 17th 2013
3966 Comments


Their new vocalist cant do harsh vocals at all.

GringoSuave89
April 17th 2013
1035 Comments


instrumental version of album plz [2]

cannot stand the new vocalist. He sounds like he should be doing pop country. I'm not saying he's not talented, far from it. But he just doesn't fit, imho.


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Spec
April 17th 2013
27167 Comments


I dig the sax.

MO
April 17th 2013
18652 Comments


the sax is so boss, they did a sax track back in their demo days which was awesome. sounds good without the singer, she's awful

NonApplicable
April 17th 2013
1958 Comments


I just watched the live version of Acceptance. Other than Ashe being great live, he pulled off the screams better than Dan ever could.

If you're interested(2:00)
[A]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDViX-BjYJQ[A/]

zaruyache
April 17th 2013
6435 Comments


A sax solo in a metal song. Totally haven't heard that before or anything.

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NonApplicable
April 18th 2013
1958 Comments


Yeah, TesseracT are pretty innovative

CrownOfMagnets
April 18th 2013
2258 Comments


this is actually pretty cool. this band has their moments.

MO
April 18th 2013
18652 Comments


yea they just need a singer with some balls

Mabbitt
April 18th 2013
1364 Comments


A sax solo in a metal song. Totally haven't heard that before or anything.


I feel like there's sarcasm here, even though sax solos in metal songs are pretty rare. I know there's a song by Ihsahn that has sax. I don't know what the name is though..

SitarHero
April 18th 2013
4672 Comments


Oh fuck. TesseracT is morphing into a Geoff Tate project...

SitarHero
April 18th 2013
4672 Comments


Speaking of excessive, aren't the band making a 51-minute animated music video? Can't fault them for not being ambitious...

Ire
April 18th 2013
41770 Comments


shitty band

sspedding
April 18th 2013
4761 Comments


Album is gonna rule.

Aspenshadow
April 18th 2013
310 Comments


That was so sick.

wanderlust
April 18th 2013
305 Comments


The vocals aren't that bad.

NapalmCrusader
April 18th 2013
1737 Comments


I love pretentouis bands which creates fancy albums, long songs and epic videos

NotEnoughBreakdowns
April 18th 2013
12 Comments


Stoked.

Gmork89
April 18th 2013
5510 Comments


Still looking forward to this.

North0House2
April 18th 2013
5856 Comments


I actually really really really liked that sax a whole lot. But, I'm a sucker for sax and wind instruments... except for flute. Flute is kinda distracting sometimes.

I want someone to use the Fujara in one of their tracks soon.

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Kronzo
April 18th 2013
991 Comments


Ashe is pretty great and fits the music much better than Elliot, don't know why you guys are complaining so much.

UnnamedOcean
April 18th 2013
3966 Comments


I'm not a fan of him because between his vocals and the mixing, the whole band sounds weak.

UnnamedOcean
April 18th 2013
3966 Comments


"Other than Ashe being great live, he pulled off the screams better than Dan ever could."

No way, he is good, but Dan's screams are still better.

lauriej
April 18th 2013
1711 Comments


god Elliot was so awful

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NonApplicable
April 18th 2013
1958 Comments


No way, he is good, but Dan's screams are still better.

Maybe you're right, but Dan was never particularly a good screamer. You could tell he was only doing it because he was honoring what Abisola(first vocalist) wrote. Everything Dan wrote lacks any harsh vocals.

Makemebad35
April 18th 2013
750 Comments


well played

demigod!
April 18th 2013
44350 Comments


band is not good

if this is what is representing progressive metal these days then i want a bullet to the head

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sora236
April 18th 2013
156 Comments


The sax was pretty cool, but the guitars get in the way and the band's sound doesn't mix well imo with
the sax solo.

It's annoying how any song/piece with a saxophone has an idiot making a correlation about it being
similar to Kenny G's atrocious playing.

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 22nd 2013
1992 Comments


This sounds wonderful. I'm excited for this.



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