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New Music Video "Transcend" Released By Thought Chamber

U.S. progressive metal act Thought Chamber released a new music video for the track "Transcend." The song appears on the band's latest album "Psykerion: The Question," which is available now via InsideOutMusic.

"The making of the 'Transcend' video confirmed my belief that TC will be a musical force to be reckoned with in 2014," says Thought Chamber co-founder, guitarist/composer Michael Harris. "It was the first time we were actually all in the same room together and it felt great. We wanted a no frills video showing us performing our 10 minute epic and finally giving our fans a true visual of the group. This video is truly all about the music. Chris Bowers did a great job capturing the vibe we wanted and editing the video."

In related news, Thought Chamber will soon be debuting as a live-act by performing at the prestigious ProgPower USA Festival in Atlanta, September 10-14, 2014 alongside label mates Pain of Salvation and Leprous, Stratovarius, Jon Oliva's Pain, Pagan's Mind and a host of other international prog mega bands. ProgPower USA is already officially sold out.

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1. coldiem writes:

I really hope these guys started out as a Dream Theater cover band and just kept their name. Otherwise, seriously guys? *groan*

Also, note to video directors: It ultimately looks pretty stupid when the whole band is playing their instruments and the singer is singing into the air and not a microphone. Why not have the guitar players playing air guitar? Oh right, because it would look retarded.

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