Release date: 21 May 2012
Style: Progressive math metal, Djent

Rating:

8 | 39 votes

Owners:

27 have it
7 want it


01. Perfection [acoustic version]
02. April [acoustic version]
03. Origin [acoustic version]
04. Dream Brother [Jeff Buckley cover]
05. Eden 2.0

Review


Line-up
Ashe Austin O'Hara Goodings - vocals
Elliot Coleman - vocals
James Monteith - guitar
Acle Kahney - guitar
Jay Postones - drums
Amos Williams - bass, backing vocals

Guest review by
DelightfulJim

Rating:
8.0
While UK-born djent-metallers Tesseract haven't been in the game for terribly long, their first EP and full-length album left a big impression on today's modern metal scene. And while One has proven itself to be a very interesting take on groovy progressive metal, its follow-up EP Perspective proves to be quite an imaginative take on their own songs.

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Unhealer - 18.05.2012 at 21:01  
Rating: 7 Surprisingly, the new vocalist doesn't annoy me. Good for me.
He sounds something like Mars Volta's vocalist with a slightly lower voice.
BaneConall - 06.06.2012 at 19:56  
Rating: 7 I think I was expecting a bit more. It's growing on me as time goes on but it doesn't have the power that One did.
Constantine - 14.07.2014 at 12:48  
Rating: 9 Perfection and Origin are better here than their normal studio version

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