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Textures Posts "Shaping A Single Grain Of Sand" Music Video

The Dutch polyrhythmic metal maniacs from Textures will release the first of their upcoming two albums "Phenotype" on February 5th, 2016 via Nuclear Blast. The second record of the diptych, "Genotype," will be released one year later.

Today, the band releases a new music video for the track "Shaping A Single Grain Of Sand." Check it out below.

"Phenotype" is a song-based, 60-minute long album where Textures presents an eclectic overview of what modern metal offers. The full track listing is as follows:

1. Oceans Collide
2. New Horizons
3. Shaping a Single Grain of Sand
4. Illuminate the Trail
5. Meander
6. Erosion
7. The Fourth Prime
8. Zman
9. Timeless

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1. coldiem writes:

No self-respecting metal-head should pass up giving this song a listen.

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2. CorpusUpir writes:

Pretty good gets awesome at the 3 min mark

# Jan 30, 2016 @ 6:28 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. Cozen writes:

^Agreed...3 minute mark absolutely got my attention. Big fan of of their last album, Dualism. Now I'm counting days until 2/5.

Well done guys...nice video. I forget bands still make them sometimes.

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4. Westfallen writes:

That tasty little thrash nugget caught me off guard. Good sh**!

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5. Drum_Junkie writes:

Really digging this. If the rest of the album is like what has bee released so far, it should top Dualism. Losing Jochem hasn't seem to hurt the bands sound. Daniel is coming into his own a bit more as well. I'm stoked to get this one soon.

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