Dutch progressive technical metallers TEXTURES have released a video podcast recapping their recent North American tour with PERIPHERY, THE HUMAN ABSTRACT and THE CONTORTIONIST. Their first-ever North American trek saw them play 32 shows over the course of five weeks to packed houses from New York to California, Canada, Mexico and everywhere in between. Check out the eight-minute clip below.
TEXTURES will tour Europe in March and April with support on different dates from SYLOSIS, UNEVEN STRUCTURE and MY OWN PRIVATE ALASKA, culminating in several shows in their native Holland in April and May. They'll hit the European festival circuit this summer with appearances at Tuska (Finland), Vagos Open Air (Portugal), Brutal Assault (Czech Republic) and more.
TEXTURES's new album, "Dualism", was released on September 23, 2011 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.
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