NEWS: Nonvector premier “Ethereal Hypervisor“!

In 1927 F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote “A Short Trip Home” a novel which inspired former Crimson Massacre guitarist James Jackson to gather bassist James Duvall and classically trained Pianist Vince Patillo as well as Death Metal drummer extraordinaire Kevin Talley (ex-Dying Fetus, ex-Chimara, ex-Suffocation) to write and record a 17 minute instrumental and give it the name. Originally released in December 2019, the Progressive Metal masterpiece that infuses technical, sludge, and progressive rock elements within a classical framework will be re-released via Italian label WormHoleDeath Records on 16th September with the addition of a bonus track titled “Ethereal Hypervisor“. That new cut is streaming now.

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