U.K. progressive metallers TESSERACT have announced additional details of their highly-anticipated acoustic EP, "Perspective". Set for a European release of May 21, the effort will be available digitally, while a physical version will be issued through the band's webshop. The five song-EP features "Eden 2.0", acoustic versions of three tracks from the band's debut album, "One", plus a cover of Jeff Buckley's classic "Dream Brother". As a special bonus, the iTunes version will contain instrumentals of all the tracks.
"Perspective" EP track listing:
01. Perfection 02. April 03. Origin 04. Dream Brother 05. Eden 2.0
iTunes bonus tracks:
06. Perfection (instrumental)
07. April (instrumental)
08. Origin (instrumental)
09. Dream Brother (instrumental)
10. Eden 2.0 (instrumental)
Commented TESSERACT bassist Amos Williams: "The EP was inspired by an acoustic session we filmed last year in New York, whilst on tour with PROTEST THE HERO. It made us realize that a few of the tracks sounded really great when re-arranged and approached at from a different perspective."
A trailer for "Perspective", featuring audio clips from all the songs on the EP, can be seen below.
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