Thoughtcrimes release new single and video
A nod to the chaotic sound of The Dillinger Escape Plan
Thoughtcrimes (which features Ex-Dillinger Escape Plan's Billy Rymer) released a music video for their latest single, "Keyhole Romance," off their upcoming debut full-length, Altered Pasts.
According to Rymer the track is "possibly the most ambitious track we've ever made." He went on to add:
"We wanted to see how far we could push ourselves utilizing dynamics and pure chaos to cohesively create something disgusting yet beautiful. A concept that led to the treatment of the music video with the high energy performance segments contrasting with the bright colors and gracefulness of the actress."
Guitarist Brian Sullivan spoke about the new album:
"Altered Pasts was shaped by the world around us and within us at the same time. This album is both a reflection and synthesis of our cognitive, emotional, and spiritual processes, as well as a catharsis."
Altered Pasts will be available through Pure Noise Records on August 26th.
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Imagine being in a band that a members old band keeps being mentioned in everything they ever do.
anonymous 1 hour ago Imagine being in a band that a members old band keeps being mentioned in everything they ever do. critical thinking not in the toolbox.
noting members' other bands is pretty standard. it's helpful to the reader, and it sounds like you could use all the help you can get.
Keyhole romance? How small is your dick?
Imagine paying money to split 20% ownership of a dead website 3 ways lol
f*ckin' sucks lol
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this song is f*ckin insane !!!!
I like this band, but it is a shame how hard the singer is trying to be Greg Puciato. Same hair, same clothing style, trying to sound like him. This band is clearly trying to fill the hole left by Dillinger, but be your own people.
def into this
Why does this band name seem like a ripoff of a Queensryche album?
This band is taking over guys like it or not you heard it here. Fantastic stuff