THOUGHT CHAMBER Unveil Artwork For Upcoming Psykerion Album

August 7, 2013, 2 years ago

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Progressive metallers THOUGHT CHAMBER are back with a new release, following up on their debut album, Angular Perceptions, from 2007. The US based group named their second album Psykerion, and it will be released on September 16th in Europe and on October 1st in North America via InsideOutMusic.

Next to guitarist and composer Michael Harris as well as vocalist Ted Leonard (also in ENCHANT, SPOCK'S BEARD and AFFECTOR), Thought Chamber's ranks of skilled players now also feature Bill Jenkins (also in Enchant) on keyboards, Jeff Plant on bass and Mike Haid on drums.

Thought Chamber mastermind Michael Harris checked in to comment about the new album: "We're all very excited about finally releasing Psykerion! A lot of changes have occurred in the band since our first record. Beyond Ted and I, we now have Mike Haid on drums, Jeff Plant on bass and Bill Jenkins on keyboards, who all did a stellar job and are all great guys on top of that, so our chemistry is perfect. Psykerion is a concept record - a sci-fi human drama - musically yielding everything from prog-metal to jazz-fusion to acoustic."

Psykerion contains 16 tracks / 64 minutes of superb true progressive metal with a technical sci-fi twist, likely to appeal to fans of DREAM THEATER, YES, RUSH and PLANET X. The album's cover artwork (above) was designed by John E. Holland / MistyMountainGraphics.com. The album was recorded in various locations between 2012 and 2013 and finally mixed and mastered by Tom Size (Y&T;, AEROSMITH, MR. BIG, Enchant) at Tomland Studios, Pacheco, CA.

Thought Chamber lineup:

Ted Leonard - Lead vocals

Michael Harris - Guitars, keyboards, harmony vocals

Jeff Plant - Bass

Bill Jenkins - Keyboards

Mike Haid - Drums

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