THE ESOTERIC: New Music Posted Online

Critically-acclaimed sonic trailblazers THE ESOTERIC have posted three new tracks from their highly-anticipated new album, "Subverter", online at their MySpace page. The tracks include the rocking "Destroy, She Said" as well as the titanic "Language Is a Virus / Shipyards of Foreign Cities" and the mind-bending "Clone Culture and the Cut-Up Method". Produced and engineered by Paul Malinowski (SHINER, OPEN HAND, THE LIFE AND TIMES) along with Eric Graves, the genre-defying new album "Subverter" is the band's sophomore effort for Prosthetic Records and is slated for an October 17 release date.

In other news, THE ESOTERIC has announced dates for its headlining West Coast tour with art-rockers MOUTH OF THE ARCHITECT. Sponsored by alt-lifestyle web site and dubbed the "Through the Looking Glass Tour", the run will be the first chance for fans to see the band's stellar live performance featuring songs from the new album.

For a list of upcoming tour dates, click here.


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