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My Soliloquy Streaming New Song "Fractured"

"The Interpreter," the debut studio full-length from U.K. progressive metal act My Soliloquy, is nearing North American release on January 29th via Sensory Records. Today fans can hear the first single to be released from the upcoming opus.

The fifth track from "The Interpreter," titled “Fractured,” is a more than five minute anthem that can be heard through Metal Insider here or in the player below. Sensory Records also commented:

"Formed by multi-instrumentalist Pete Morten, of British prog metal legends Threshold, the essence of My Soliloquy is pure forward thinking metal – symphonic keyboards, shredding guitar leads, soaring vocals – all finely woven together through a blend of intricacy and melody into a powerful force.

"Following a pair of demos and an EP release, Sensory is proud to finally unleash the newly-completed first full-length from this act. With nearly all instrumentation on the recording executed solely by Pete Morten, minus the drumming, The Interpreter flows with over fifty minutes of grand musicianship, expertly mixed and mastered by Rob Aubrey, a mainstay of Marillion’s camp for many years."

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Ascension Pending
2. Flash Point
3. Corrosive De-Emphasis
4. Fractured
5. Six Seconds Grace
6. Dream In Extremis
7. Inner Circles
8. Star

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1. Art Vandaley writes:

not feeling the vocals on this, otherwise it was alright

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2. coldiem writes:

Yeah, I've gotta agree. It's not that the vocals are bad. They are pretty good, actually, but they just seem an awkward fit for the song.

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3. Jenny writes:

At first the vocals are a thing of their own, but as the song goes own I think the vocals are a perfect fit for this sort of song.
This is cool.

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