TEXTURES Guitarist Interviewed On 'Heavy Metal Thunder' (Audio)

DJ JC Green of Metal Messiah Radio's "Heavy Metal Thunder" show recently conducted an interview with guitarist Bart Hennephof of Dutch progressive technical metallers TEXTURES. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

Interview (audio):

TEXTURES' "Reaching Home" video can be seen below. The clip was shot on the island of Lanzarote (part of The Canary Islands) off the coast of Morocco and was directed by TEXTURES bass player Remko Tielemans along with Kunststoff Media.

"Reaching Home" comes off TEXTURES's new album, "Dualism", which was released on September 23 in Europe, South America, Asia and Australia and September 27 in North America. The CD was recorded at Split Second Sound Studio in Amsterdam and was produced by TEXTURES guitar player Jochem Jacobs, who helmed all of the band's previous albums. The cover artwork was designed by former TEXTURES frontman Eric Kalsbeek and the band's bass player Remko Tielemans.

"Dualism" track listing:

01. Arms Of The Sea
02. Black Horses Stampede
03. Reaching Home
04. Sanguine Draws The Oath
05. Consonant Hemispheres
06. Burning The Midnight Oil
07. Singularity
08. Minor Earth, Major Skies
09. Stoic Resignation
10. Foreclosure
11. Sketches From A Motionless Statue

"Reaching Home" video:

Album preview:

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