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tētēma (Mike Patton/Anthony Pateras) Release “Soliloquy” Single

tētēma (Mike Patton/Anthony Pateras) Release "Soliloquy" Single


 tētēma (Mike Patton and Anthony Pateras) have released a third single for the band’s forthcoming album, Necroscape (April 3, Ipecac Recordings), debuting the song “Soliloquy” this morning (http://smarturl.it/necroscape).

“No other band would combine microtonal buchla with hyperactive drumming to serenade Paganini and Leonard Cohen passed out in a hot tub,” said Pateras of the song. “This track is like pressing fast forward on both a [Giacinto] Sclesi and Yasunao Tone CD on different systems pointed at each other, except it’s performed live. Quite possibly the only track in the world to refer to Deleuze as ‘chichi’.:

The bicontinental outfit have released two singles in addition to “Soliloquy”: “Wait Till Mornin’” (video: https://youtu.be/RyrZxEuYzuY) and “Haunted On The Uptake” (https://youtu.be/SHH1uSVWEkQ). Pre-orders, which include a limited edition embossed gatefold vinyl (2500 copies), CD digipak and digital download are available here: https://smarturl.it/necroscape.

Necroscape is the second album from the modernist electro-acoustic rock proposition, seeing the outfit continuing to employ the wayward orchestrations and arresting physicality of their 2014 debut Geocidal with a renewed melodic language which grounds its multi-colored twists and turns in hallucinatory lyricism.

About Bryan Joe Corder (3919 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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