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Abnormal Thought Patterns Posts Self-Titled EP Teaser

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A trio of progressive metal enigmas, all core and founding members of technical act Zero Hour, have formed a brand new outfit called Abnormal Thought Patterns and are about to unleash their recently-recorded debut EP.

The group was formed by Northern California-based brothers Jasun and Troy Tipton (both also of Cynthesis) and Mike Guy (Zero Hour). In order to complete the live sound, the trio recruited longtime friend and guitarist Richard Sharman.

Together these four musicians have created a blazing self-titled debut EP, which will see release on November 29th via the band's own, newly-formed CynNormal Lab Recordings. The four-part epic "Velocity and Acceleration" and bass-only track "Ulnar Nerve Damage" were mixed by talented producer/engineer Dino Alden (Marty Friedman, Zero Hour), but due to Dino's carpal surgeries the band reached out to Matt LaPlant (Sikth, Nonpoint) to mix the tracks "The Machine Within" and "Electric Sun". The EP was mastered by Alan Douches (Between The Buried and Me, The Dillinger Escape Plan) and the cover artwork commissioned to Erick "Wurm" Pollard. Check out a teaser for the release below.

The track listing is as follows:

1. The Machine Within
2. Velocity and Acceleration Movement 1
3. Velocity and Acceleration Movement 2
4. Velocity and Acceleration Movement 3
5. Velocity and Acceleration Movement 4
6. Ulnar Nerve Damage
7. Electric Sun

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