THEATER OF THE ABSURD To Release 'The Myth Of Sisyphus' In December

THEATER OF THE ABSURD To Release 'The Myth Of Sisyphus' In December

New York-based architects of progressive musical madness THEATER OF THE ABSURD have completed work on their new album, "The Myth Of Sisyphus", for a December 13 release via Graviton Music Services. The CD was mixed by legendary producer Jim Morris (ICED EARTH, DEATH, SAVATAGE) at Morrisound Recording and mastered by Maor Appelbaum (CYNIC, FATES WARNING, ASIA). It features the art of world-renowned Serbian painter Zoran Velimanovic, the vocal talents of Chandler Mogel (OUTLOUD) and Kjersti Kveli, and the classically trained pianism of Norway's Tor Morten Kjosnes.

"The Myth Of Sisyphus" track listing:

01. False Idols
02. The Lesser Gods
03. Trade Winds
04. Rising Tides In Still Water
05. For Nostalgia's Burden, Part I: Our Quiet Fears
06. For Nostalgia's Burden, Part II: In My Time Of Solace
07. Black Wind From Mr. Takamine ~Pat's Nap~
08. Changing Direction

A trailer featuring clips from the record can be viewed below.



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