Trioscapes, featuring Between The Buried And Me bassist Dan Briggs, have premiered their video for the track Digital Dream Sequence.
It’s taken from the prog-fusion outfit’s second album of the same name, released today via Metal Blade Records.
Saxophonist Walter Fancourt says the follow-up to 2012’s Separate Realities is a much more deliberate affair. He explains: “For the first record, we came together to write music, not really knowing we were writing for an album. After hearing the debut, that was the first time I felt like we knew what we sounded like.”
Briggs adds: “After two years of touring, playing together and casually working on new music, we really gelled and established more of a sound.”
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