The Tea Party announce new album

2014-06-23 by Voivod STAFF | 9 Comments
Canadian progressive rock outfit The Tea Party are about to end a 10-year period of inactivity regarding the production of new music, with the release of their seventh full-length album.

The album will be titled The Ocean at the End, it consists of 10 songs (plus 2 bonus cuts), and it will be released this Fall. According to rocking.gr, the first single is titled "Water's On Fire" and it will be aired tomorrow (6/24).




More info can be found below:
http://www.theprovince.com/entertainment/Party+puts+aside+past+differences+album/9674993/story.html
http://www.rocking.gr/news/Diskografiki-epistrofi-twn-Tea-Party-meta-apo-mia-dekaetia/20733/

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SmersH
June 23rd 2014
447 Comments


unexpected! hope it's better than Seven Circles, though.

Gyromania
June 23rd 2014
22257 Comments


crazy news. was not expecting this to ever happen

TheBarber
June 23rd 2014
3508 Comments


Used to jam a lot of Transmission back in the day, awesome record

Digging: Pretend - Circular Ręsoning

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
June 23rd 2014
7490 Comments


^^True dat

Digging: Decapitated - Anticult

Gyromania
June 23rd 2014
22257 Comments


one of the best albums of the 90s

tempest--
June 23rd 2014
20257 Comments


one of my dad's favourite bands, he will be pleased to hear this

Hopelust
June 23rd 2014
2658 Comments


FUCK YEAH. Now just bring back the Matthew Good Band and all will be well in Canada.

Imperial
June 23rd 2014
1763 Comments


one of my dad's favourite bands, he will be pleased to hear this


Haha mine too.

Nomos
June 23rd 2014
1365 Comments


Oh my god! Thought this would never happen. Not even in the realm of possibility. I've seen Jeff's
solo stuff twice live now and he puts on an amazing show.

The first time, he was playing his slightly cheesy solo album stuff. Was good.

The second time, he was playing Tea Party material with a different band and it was SUPERB.
Hopefully they tour again with this stuff. They always were underrated post-breakup. Glad to see
they're back.

I made this post and now I can't stop thinking about how awesome that last concert was. He
absolutely nailed the older stuff like Sister Awake. Amazing stage presence and he didn't miss a
beat in the long hiatus. Honestly you wouldn't have noticed the backing band wasn't the original
members if you weren't a hardcore fan. But it's going to be really sweet to see the original lineup
again.

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