TESSERACT: Video Footage From The Studio

U.K. progressive metallers TESSERACT are in the studio for the first time with newly acquired vocalist Elliot Coleman. The band is re-recording the song "Eden" which was originally featured on the group's debut album, "One" with Coleman on vocals and will also release a music video for the track.

Commented TESSERACT: "Recently, we were lucky enough to get the chance to work again with Francesco Carmeli at Sphere Studios on the recording of our new single 'Eden'. As with many of our tracks off 'One', the song has developed somewhat since we first recorded it a few years ago. We've had the chance to tweak and add some spice to the song. As with everything TESSERACT, it should surprise and delight the listener. We feel we've raised our bar, both in the context of song writing and production."

TESSERACT will headline the "Lowering The Tone" European tour in September and October before heading to the U.S. for the "Saints And Sinners" trek in November and December with ANIMALS AS LEADERS and BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME.

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