00:09 - moonflash Heroes, another show which went to the dogs after an utterly brilliant first season.
00:07 - moonflash Yeah the "twists" became increasingly predicatable as the seasons progressed. I especially hated the Kate episodes, just couldn't stand the useless insights into her life-story which contributed nothing to the plot whatsoever.
23:55 - Mattybu Actually the real twist of Lost is hidden in an encrypted code, at the 12:37 point in each episode a quick flash appears on screen and when you piece them together its a number, text that number to 866712-LOST to vote
23:51 - E.Mols86 Indeed. Season 1 blew me away. I can remember the ending of season 3 being excellent as well (you know: "not Penny's boat"). The "twist" at the ending really got me mad because it was so cheesy and predictable. Truly pathetic.
Tesseract have presented the first part of their latest album Altered State in a version live in the studio. It follows a tradition the band already started on their debut album One. The band performed the entire "Of Matter" movement at Sphere Studios. Watch their 14-minute performance right here.
Lucky North Americans, some of you at least. Tesseract, Intronaut and Cloudkicker will be doing a North America tour in March/April. More notably, this tour will mark the first-ever live tour for Cloudkicker. Members of Intronaut will be fleshing out the backing band for Cloudkicker on the run as Ben Sharp couldn't do it all by himself. Check out the flyer and the dates below. Tesseract will headline the tour.
Tesseract have posted online their new video for the single "Nocturne", taken from their most recent album, Altered State, only the second album of their career which followed the acclaimed debut One. The video was directed by Ben Thornley for Sitcom Soldiers and you can now watch it right here.
Altered State, the second full-length studio album following One from the British progressive band Tesseract has been made available online and can be streamed in its entirety in the YouTube clip below in advance of its release. This is the first album featuring new vocalist Ashe O'Hara. Enjoy it while you can.
Tesseract's new single "Singularity" has aired for the first time on BBC Radio 1's Rock show and today the band shared the radio edit version of the song which is available for streaming on the Soundcloud player below. The song is taken from their new album Altered State.
Tesseract have given fans a treat to savour this weekend, a sneak peak of their upcoming second opus Altered State. You can now hear below the first sounds of it on a trailer released by the band. However, you will have to wait until May 27th in Europe and May 28th in the US to grab Altered State.
After the release of One, many people will be curious to know what Tesseract can produce on their second album. Well, now at least there is a release date and the album's tracklist has already been disclosed. Tesseract's new album Altered State will be released on May 27th in Europe and on May 28th in North America through Century Media Records.
"Nocturne", the brand new single from UK prog/djent metal outfit Tesseract is now available for streaming at this location or through the Soundcloud player below. The single features the band's new singer, Ashe O'Hara, who recently joined Tesseract and it is a good opportunity to see how he gels with the band. The single is officially released on October 12th.
The mystery regarding the new singer of Tesseract is finally over. The band announced that Ashe O'Hara has joined the band as vocalist and released a preview of their brand new single Nocturne, the first to feature the new vocalist.
Tesseract have announced that they have recruited a new singer to replace Elliot Coleman, who left the band a few months ago. However, the progressive metallers are being secretive and have not revealed his name yet. It is still under wraps for now. The band also announced the release of the new single titled Nocturne, to come out through Century Media Records on October 12th.
British progressive metallers Tesseract have parted ways with vocalist Elliot Coleman and are singerless once again. The band posted the following statement on their website: "Sadly, our good buddy Elliot has decided to leave team Tesseract. We'd like to thank Elliot for everything he has done for us. We have loved having him be a part of this beast. He introduced us to a completely different side of our sound, as well the delights of Pho! Things we will always be grateful for."
UK progressive metallers Tesseract have announced additional details to the band's upcoming acoustic EP Perspective, set for a North American release on May 22nd and a European release on May 21st via Century Media. Perspective will be available digitally, while a physical version will be available exclusively through CMDistro.com in North America and the band's webshops here and here.
UK progressive metal outfit Tesseract has released a trailer for their upcoming acoustic EP titled Perspective. The new EP will feature reworked versions of songs from the band's debut album One and a cover version, and it will be released on May 21st in Europe and one day later in North America via Century Media.
After announcing a change in vocalists, UK progressive metallers Tesseract entered the studio to record the revamped version of "Eden" featuring the new vocals and a more developed instrumentation. The band then went directly into shooting a music video for the single, which was premiered earlier this week and can be seen here. Now you can download the song for free at this location.