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Infinite Spectrum Premieres New Song "Fear" From "Haunter Of The Dark"

Today we're bringing you a dose of dark prog that dips into the maddening waters of the Cthulhu mythos!

Check out advance track "Fear" in the SoundCloud player below, and be sure to let us know what you think of the song.

This hard hitting track premiere from the NYC-based progressive metal band hails from upcoming Sensory Records release "Haunter of the Dark."

The impending summer album is due out June 24th and is based on the short story of the samen ame by master of horror H.P. Lovecraft.

Infinite Spectrum comments on the track: "We found that while 'Fear' worked in context of the Haunter story, it was also accessible as a stand alone track because the emotions it captures are universal. This track occurs about halfway through the new disc and it's all about the abject fear that becomes a prison for our main character Robert Harrison Blake. Lyrically and musically 'Fear' moves the story forward and provides a hook to hang on to, but we think it also expresses the common feelings of anxiety and fear that everyone faces at one time or another in their lives.

"There are a lot of influences that the different members of the band bring to the table, so we think listeners will find a plenty of variety on the disc. Whether your a fan of heavier progressive metal, like Dream Theater/Symphony X or more of a classic prog fan of bands like Pink Floyd, you'll find something to like. Of course, if you're also a fan of Lovecraft it's a perfect match."

The full "Haunter Of The Dark" track listing is as follows:

1. Prologue: Providence, Winter, 1934
2. Federal Hill
3. The Calling
4. The Church
I: Dark Whispers
II: Entry
III: The Ascent
IV: The Shining Trapezohedron
V: Spectres
5. The Stranger Things I've Learned
6. Haunter Of The Dark
7. Fear
8. All That We See
9. 2:12 AM
10. Epilogue: Providence, Summer, 1935

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1. Greg Schwab writes:

We put a lot of work into this progressive metal concept album and we hope you enjoy it
Thanks
Greg (drums)

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2. Drum_Junkie writes:

I'm digging this. The guitar and keyboards remind of Dream Theater (Octavarium and BC&SL), while the Vocals and Bass add distinct elements. The bass tone is probably my favorite part of the sound. Great structure and groove as well. Now added to my CD wishlist.

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3. Alex Repetti writes:

Glad you like it, @Drum_Junkie
The song is real fun to play on bass! I'm going to post a video playthrough in the next few days :D

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4. Floyd Froman writes:

Greg and Alex,,,, it sounds amazing, can't wait to get whole album in my hands! Drums are killer and it really moves. Misguided was great as well!

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5. Clara (Sandy) Gomez writes:

Metal instrumentation with the sound of an anthem carrying strong voice! Excellent!!👍😎

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