Release date: 9 April 2010
Style: Progressive thrash metal

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9 | 2 votes

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01. The Size Of Matter


Line-up
Alan Tecchio - vocals
Ron Jarzombek - guitars
Rick Colaluca - drums
Doug Keyser - bass


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Daggon - 08.04.2015 at 03:05  
  Can someone explain to me why they only released one song and then just forgot the matter into oblivion?
Fade To Black - 06.08.2015 at 20:10  
 
Written by Daggon on 08.04.2015 at 03:05

Can someone explain to me why they only released one song and then just forgot the matter into oblivion?


Hey, I was curious about that too. Seeing as there was a fan push for this album like two years ago. Basically they never found a new vocalist and that pretty much halted everything.

I'd be willing to bet that the style of singer they're looking for is no longer readily available. Whether or not thats due to it not being in style or those who can sing that way are just too old and out of practice.

Also remember with a band like this, these guys have day jobs and aren't professional musicians so this probably isn't a priority.

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