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Washington's Envisionist has just released a new album online titled "Dystopian Sequence," which is now available for streaming or name-your-price download. Listen to the new tunes in the player below or over at the Envisionist bandcamp page here.
The track listing for the album is as follows:
1. Retrogression 00:56
2. Remove And Contain 03:47
3. Custody 04:25
4. Absence 00:55
5. Sentry 05:02
6. Stabilize 01:40
7. Dystopian Sequence I: Simulations 05:49
8. Dystopian Sequence II: De-Evolution 02:07 More...
Washington act Envisionist has posted several new tracks online via bandcamp. You can also check out the songs "Remove and Contain," "Custody," and "Dystopian Sequence" in the players available below. Envisionist commented on the band's history and sound:
"Envisionist is comprised of 5 members from all areas of the Puget Sound, but mostly a little town called Bonney Lake. All we are trying to do is write the most original material we can, and have as much fun as possible, with as many of you as possible. We write what is in our hearts, and we love telling an interesting story."
Washington's Envisionist has posted a drum play through video clip online featuring drummer Nick Estes performing the song "Custody." You can check out the clip below, or find more details on Envisionist by heading over to the band's Facebook profile at this location.
Washington based act Envisionist has uploaded a new track online for streaming. Check out the song "Custody" through the SoundCloud player below. You can also find more Envisionist songs and get additional details on the band via Facebook.