Tesseract – Altered State

Tesseract, one of the leading and defining bands of the djent movement, seem to always be in a position in which they must prove themselves. After moving from bedroom project to making a strong first impression on their debut One, acclaimed frontman Daniel Tompkins left the band. A year later, the polarizing Elliot Coleman parted ways after the band’s acoustic-inspired Perspective EP was released. Now, with the group have wasting no time in picking up Voices from the Fuselage frontman Ashe O’Hara, the band must be feeling some pressure to live up to the standard set by One. In this regard, we’re happy to say that fans can breathe a sigh of relief; Altered State is phenomenal.

All Stars Tour 2013 Tour Dates Announced

The surprisingly so-so All Stars Tour now has tour dates! The trek — featuring Every Time I Die, Veil of Maya, iwrestledabearonce, and more — will run through July and August. Special guests Volumes will be performing July 26th-August 11th and  Structures will appear July 19th-25th and August 12th-17th. Here are the dates:…