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Tesseract's Monteith On The Return Of Vocalist Dan Tompkins

06/13/2016
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(TeamRock Radio) Tesseract's James Monteith says the return of vocalist Dan Tompkins after three years apart helped them pick up from where they left off. Tompkins split from the band in 2011 and was brought back into the fold in 2014, replacing Ashe O'Hara prior to work on the band's third album Polaris, which launched last year.

And guitarist Monteith says the UK outfit were fortunate that the lineup shuffle went as smoothly as it did - adding that writing Polaris was "very easy."

He tells TeamRock: "We've been very lucky that things have worked out musically. Whenever we've been in our various situations, things have not been difficult.

"Dan re-joining worked out really well for us, because it was like we were picking up from where we left off three years beforehand. Polaris was a very easy album to do - Dan knocked it out of the park." Read more here.

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