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Montreal, QC – June 12, 2018
For fans of Meshuggah, Scale The Summit, Animals As Leaders, Glass Cloud, The Algorithm, Modern Day Babylon, Plini
One Man Prog Shred-A-Thon INFINITEE Premieres New Playthrough Medley “Xenocybin + Lost” via Idobi Radio
Debut Album “The Possibilities Are Endless” Out Now!
Tres Thomas – Photo Credit: Kirsten Robinson
Forming his one man shred-a-thon INFINITEE in 2016, Tres Thomas, guitarist of death metal band Tales Of The Tomb created the iconoclastic beast to forge his own musical path different from the extremes he usually performs. Inspired by My Chemical Romance, Dance Gavin Dance, Plini, Modern Day Babylon, The Contortionist, INFINITEE’s sound is a mix of djenty, heavy, dynamic, melodic and progressive influences as showcased on his recently released debut album “The Possibilities Are Endless”.
Teaming up with Idobi Radio, INFINITEE is sharing with fans a new guitar playthrough medley for “Xenocybin” and “Lost” at the following link: http://ido.bi/5qy
“I’m so stoked to premiere the new play through to everyone! It’s been a lot of hard work making the video, so I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did making it! It’s a double feature of both songs Xenocybin and Lost. Both songs tell a story about taking alien mushrooms and getting lost in your own mind during the trip. Xenocybin is more groove based and influenced by bands more like Modern Day Babylon, Meshuggah and Car Bomb. Lost is more technical and features more flare like The Faceless, Miseration and Born Of Osiris. The video is shot on the Edmonton Legislative grounds. Special thanks to Kirsten Robinson for filming! Thanks everyone for checking it out.”
1. Xenocybin (3:24)
2, Lost (3:23)
3. Robots vs. The Wooden Chairs Pt.1 (3:39)
4. Robots vs. The Wooden Chairs Pt.2 (5:00)
5. The Possibilities Are Endless (3:59)
6. Free (4:41)
Album Length: 24:09
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“What makes Thomas’ debut solo album a great offering is his combination of a wide range of influence……lots of ambience and electronics that again break up an ocassionally repetitive genre at times.” – Technical Music Review
“Thomas combines a number of genres to great effect, including progressive metal, djent, and EDM.” – Heavy Music Headquarters
The man is clearly an amazing shredder on the guitar, and proves his competency on the drums and keyboards as well, delivering six short songs that hold our attention through multiple listens.