THE CONTORTIONIST: 'Exoplanet' Picture Disc Due In September

Indianapolis, Indiana's prog-metal prodigies THE CONTORTIONIST have unveiled brand new images of the upcoming picture-disc vinyl release of their debut album, "Exoplanet". Due on September 13 via Good Fight Music, the picture disc is available for pre-order now with an exclusive new t-shirt designed specifically for the pre-order bundle. A download card of "Exoplanet" will be included with each LP.

THE CONTORTIONIST recently announced its inclusion in the upcoming "Frak The Gods" North American summer tour with PERIPHERY, THE HUMAN ABSTRACT and TEXTURES.

The CD version of "Exoplanet" was made available on August 31, 2010 through Good Fight Music. The band's infectious, progressive and rhythmic sounds has brought it comparisons to some of today's metal greats such as MESHUGGAH, THE ACACIA STRAIN and BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME.


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