TesseracT - One

8.4 | 223 votes |
Release date: 22 March 2011
Style: Progressive math metal, Djent


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01. Lament
02. Nascent
03. Concealing Fate
    1 - Part One - Acceptance
    2 - Part Two - Deception
    3 - Part Three - The Impossible
    4 - Part Four - Perfection
    5 - Part Five - Epiphany
    6 - Part Six - Origin
04. Sunrise
05. April
06. Eden

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The word "djent" has been on lots of lips recently. Fans, haters, and unbelievers have a word or two regarding what apparently is a growing branch of the metal scene, "accidentally" referred to after an onomatopoeia. Whatever is your opinion on this, it's undeniable that there is a rather talented group of bands revolving around the concept of taking Meshuggah's legacy to further extents, and Tesseract is one of the first bands of the pack that have caught the attention of a considerable amount of ears by pursuing this task.

published 19.04.2012 | Comments (7)

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27.12.2013 - 21:26
Rating: 10
My favorite album of all time... absolutely amazing!
Need to make a living somehow... http://creamandpowder.com/
29.06.2014 - 11:43
Rating: 10
TesseracT Best album thanks to Daniel Tompkins
28.01.2015 - 08:40
Joe Zombie
I love this album. Never gets old for me and Daniel Tompkins has such a crazy good, dynamic voice. Every song here is a gem. This band is really the pinnacle of the "djent" scene.
19.12.2015 - 17:55
Rating: 9
Definitely my favorite Terreract album, especially the tracks Part 6: Origin and Eden. This one does have screams unlike their later releases so if you're more of a metal person this is the album I expect you'd like the best. Their later stuff is meh to me for the most part.
06.01.2016 - 10:30
Stunning Cactus
Eden is way too good.
"I always knew metal would live on. I was right."
~Me, 2013

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