TesseracT Perform Live For BBC Session

12/02/2013
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(Prog) TesseracT last week appeared on BBC Radio 1, where they performed three tracks from current studio album Altered State at Maida Vale Studios in London.

Bassist Amos Williams, who speaks on the show, told Prog in March the theme of the album was inspired when they brought in vocalist Ashe O'Hara following Dan Tompkins' decision to leave.

Williams reported: "The concept isn't so much a bite at some fans' reaction, but it's about how people find it hard to deal with change. You've just got to embrace it."

He also said: "The second album is one of those excruciatingly difficult things for a band to do. You spend loads of time before you're signed making your life's work. Then you've got to tour, live a normal life and write material all within a certain timescale. It was a challenge from day one." more on this story

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