Details of Tesseract and the Ticket Luck value
Earlier this year, the British progressive band Tesseract announced its North American headline tour and is now rocking the arenas in multiple cities. The band recently added the vocalist Ashe O'Hara into its lineup and according to fans' reviews, his powerful voice blends perfectly with the crushing guitars and polyrhythmic drum patterns. Tesseract has been lauded for its live concerts and a huge attendance is being anticipated at the upcoming concert in Boston. Scheduled to take place at the Brighton Music Hall, Tesseract tickets for the show are selling in advance.
Comprising of five members, Tesseract started its music journey in 2003 and in the initial years, focused on experimenting with a very specific progressive metal style. Along with the other bands, a new wave of the genre was then created, called djent and it helped Tesseract gain prominence. For a long time the frontman and founder of the band, Acle Kahney worked with different musicians and it was in 2007 that the lineup was finally completed. A few members joined and later left the band and now, Tesseract includes Jay Postones, Amos Williams, James Monteith, recently added O'Hara and Kahney.
For Tesseract it was a slow but steady start. It gained momentum through live shows and was given the opportunity to open for The Devin Townsend Project during its North American tour. All the while, the band was working on its demo tape and later came with an EP titled, Concealing Fate. Finally in 2011, its debut album "One" hit the shelves and received favorable reviews. Peaking at 36 on the Billboard Hotseekers, the record included songs that were a mixture of hypnotic melodies and hard grooves. Combining modern sounds of metal and rock, Tesseract managed to create syncopated rhythms that have today become its signature sound. The former member, Dan Tompkins brought a tremendous vocal range and his versatility was clearly evident in numbers that required him to use high pitch as well as sing low notes. In the tracks "Acceptance" and "Nascent" he effortlessly blended authoritative sound with a more gentle one.
Those who have heard the band's music and also according to the critics, Tesseract is greatly influenced by the extreme metal band, Meshuggah. Distorted guitar riffs and clean melodic passages are something they picked from the Swedish band. In 2013, Tesseract came up with its second release "Altered State". Receiving critical acclaim, the publication New Noise Magazine praised it in words, "a masterpiece of progressive metal, the album is truly one of the greatest ever made". The band was appreciated for the ingenuity and daringness it brought to the record. The djent elements are clearly evident in the tracks and have helped the band develop its trademark sound. "Altered State" only has four tracks but the listeners get to enjoy different layers that are introduced at intervals. Tesseract has expanded its sound and the evolution is witnessed through the spectacular, clarion voice of Ashe O'Hara. It intricately cuts through the sound of layered guitars and heavy rhythms. The songs from this album are "Of Matter", "Of Mind", "Of Reality" and "Of Energy".
Still early in its career, Tesseract has more experience with live performances than in the studio. It has been performing in festivals and been part of tours since 2008. The band has taken its music to Australia, Germany and even India. Fans have given rave reviews about its live concerts, stating that the band sounds fantastic. The brilliant vocals wash over the crowd in waves and the high energy keep them on their feet. No wonder Tesseract tickets are selling out fast as the progressive metal fans can't wait to catch them live. Be there at the next concert and you will definitely have the time of your life.