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Rec Me Djent with Clean Vocals

Been really digging some Djent lately. Looking for some recs for bands/albums with strong djent tones and clean/melodic vocals, similar to the bands/albums and/or songs below.
10,000 Days

First came across djent (or a hybrid of it) with Tool's song "Jambi", back in the mid 2000's. That is one of my favorite Tool tracks of all time and definitely my fav off of 10,000 Days.
Altered State

Kinda fell into this album...and loved everything about it (minus the saxaphones). The djent and ambient tones on this album, as well as Ashe O'Hara's vocals, make this album paramount.

Quickly purchased this album as well. As great as Altered State, but Daniel Tompkins brings a totally different vibe with a mix of clean and harsh vocals.
4Animals As Leaders
The Joy of Motion

Picked this up from a used CD store on a whim. Not my favorite instrumental metal band, but I certainly dig their employment of djent.
5Voices from the Fuselage
To Hope

Was quite bummed when Ashe O'Hara left Tesseract. But Voices from the Fuselage is a good fit for his vocals. Dig this early EP.
Blinding White Noise: Illusion & Chaos

This may be my second favorite Daniel Tompkins album. The clean vocals on the Illusion CD are incredible, and the Chaos CD closes on a strong note.
The Space Between

Some great instrumental djent and progressive metal
8Twelve Foot Ninja

The initial track, "One Hand Killing", presents some strong djent overtones. Also can't beat the vocal styling of this band.
The Amanuensis

Recently purchased this at McKays. I really dig this band and their use of strong djent tones. The vocals, when clean, are absolute amazing. The harsh vocals tend to become a bit too death metal for me, towards the end. But I still dig this album a lot.
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