Thought Chamber post new song

2013-08-17 by Voivod STAFF | 4 Comments
San Francisco based progressive rock act Thought Chamber, have posted a new track, entitled 'Transcend', at the YouTube channel of Inside Out Records.

Listen to the track right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8xS0KfCxlWg#at=201

The song will be included in the band's upcoming album Psykerion, which is due for release on September 16th (Europe) and October 1st (North America).

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OmairSh
August 17th 2013
14340 Comments


Have heard a few songs from their debut, will check this out

NightmareCinema16
August 18th 2013
2016 Comments


Need to hear this. I did enjoy the debut.

AnEpicDeath
August 18th 2013
213 Comments


Whoa, I assumed these guys went dead a long time ago. Very cool. I burned out on their debut after awhile, but I'm ready for some new material.

NonApplicable
August 19th 2013
2471 Comments


Not great. Sounds like a Power Metal Dream Theater.



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