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Altered State

by Tetrafusion

Tetrafusion’s blend of complex, technical metal blended with a highly-intellectual melodic structure offers an eclectic brand of progressive rock and metal along the likes of PORCUPINE TREE, RUSH, DREAM THEATER, CYNIC, TOOL, and MUSE.
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1. Collage of the Present
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2. Monologue
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3. Last Chance
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4. The Deserter
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5. Altered State
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6. Shadows
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7. Tears of the Past
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Originally an instrumental band, the band released their debut record “Absolute Zero” to critical acclaim, which quickly launched the band into the underground metal scene, sans-vocals, along the likes of SCALE THE SUMMIT, ANIMALS AS LEADERS, LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT, and CANVAS SOLARIS, and was hailed as one of the top ten albums of 2009 by ULTIMATE-GUITAR.COM. Also commented Mark Michell in a recent interview with EXAMINER.COMabout the new release: "We really took a new direction musically. It's our first record to feature vocals, and we didn't want to have Absolute Zero, Part 2 with vocals over it, so we decided to just completely change our approach. I think Altered State's biggest slogan is "substance over style", where as our debut was very style-oriented and straight forward. Wedefinitely have our progressive, crazy fast heavy moments, but we took a step back and gave it a lot more atmosphere which is something I think we needed on many levels."

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