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Tesseract working on acoustic EP


Tesseract are set to release an acoustic EP this spring. Elliot Coleman, band’s vocalist, just confirmed he finished tracking the last song, so it’s progressing nicely.

Just finished tracking the last song for the TesseracT acoustic EP. I want David Hayter to do guest vocals for the album.

David Hayter is the guy who did the voice for Solid Snake, FYI. Mad gamer knowledge drop, virginity points +500.

The band has also announced their plans to start working on the new album once they wrap up the business around the EP.


Want to judge new Tesseract?

Feel particularly bad about yourself today, and can’t wait for an opportunity to lash out at someone, you know, just because? Here’s your chance: last night Elliot Coleman, the new vocalist for Tesseract (the change of which we’ve covered in detail before, so go over the articles), tweeted a clip of the band performing at a recent show in Glasgow.

I’d personally say he sounded prettay good, but then again, I’m feeling awesome (nothing I can do about it, goes hand in hand with being awesome). Don’t let things like what I say and objectivity get in your way though, head over to YouTube and give them an earful! #teamdan


Tesseract name their new album, will preview new song on tour


The band that seems to be my top ‘posted about’ in the past few weeks (not because I like them, probably because other websites don’t), have named their new album. It’s called Neophobia, and according to a fresh post on their Facebook:

Next album will be called Neophobia. You can hear a track from it whilst we’re on tour this September on the following dates: LONDON 0809| CARDIFF 0909| BIRMINGHAM 1009| MANCHESTER 1109| NEWCASTLE 1209| GLASGOW 1309| LEEDS 1509| SHEFFIELD 1609| NOTTINGHAM 1709 – Tickets will also be available on the door London £11, all others £9.

Well, besides deciding on the worst possible album name amidst a change of the band’s vocalist, the band also evidently figured out how to time-travel. Watch out 12th century Manchester, Tesseract is coming!

Photo credit: Kristell Gathoye


Tesseract, hard at work

Right off the news of the recent vocalist switch, Tesseract are hard at work again. Here you can see a video of them in the studio, retracking the upcoming single “Eden.” The video doesn’t show Eliot, instead, you can see two dogs in the studio. God, they’re really pushing the envelope when it comes to experimenting on the new album.

According to a recent Facebook post, they’re also appearing in this month’s issue of “Classic Rock presents Prog” magazine. I’m not interested in the slightest, but hey, it’s got Pink Floyd on the cover, which means it’s good, right?


Weak Recap: Solo style

Mouthful of metal

Hey, it’s another Sunday, and you know what that means, time for your favorite weekly interview. The one we do with each other.

Except, you’re not getting one.

Apparently, other people at Dose of Metal obviously have this thing called “life” and they’re too busy with their “girlfriends.” You know where that leaves me? Same place I was last week — alone in the room, wishing I had enough money to buy myself a plastic one.

I’m just kidding, blow up dolls are for pussies, real men pleasure themselves. And by that, I don’t mean I can reach my penis with my mouth. I just make the best use of my hands. Speaking of my hands and wonderful results, make the jump to read my solo recap.

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