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Trioscapes Releasing New Album "Digital Dream Sequence"

Progressive/fusion outfit Trioscapes will release sophomore album "Digital Dream Sequence" on August 19th via Metal Blade Records.

To capture the raw and dynamic mood the band shows at live performances, Trioscapes enlisted the expertise of Kris Hilbert at Legitimate Business in Greensboro, NC to record "Digital Dream Sequence." Those studio facilities offered the band the flexibility to track individually, or as an entire band, which was done for certain parts on the album.

Dan Briggs (bass, Between the Buried and Me), Walter Fancourt (tenor saxophone/flute), and Matt Lynch (drums/percussion) formed the trio in the summer of 2011.

Listen to the new song "Stab Wounds" below, and you can pre-order your copy of "Digital Dream Sequence" now at this location.

Trioscapes have evolved since its debut release, and "Digital Dream Sequence" can be accurately described as much more deliberate. Walter Fancourt explained that "after hearing the debut album that was the first time I felt like I knew what we sounded like."

Briggs added, "For the first record, the three of us came together just to write music for that album, not even really knowing we were writing for an album. After two years of touring, playing together, and casually working on new music, we really gelled and established more of a sound."

The completed songs were sent to Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me, Scale the Summit, Devin Townsend) for mixing and mastering.

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Yazz flute? FU(K YEAH! It sounded JUST like Ron Burgundy's solo. Haha.

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