A New Time


 Proggers release their labour of love

Tylor Dory Trio have paired up with PureGrainAudio.com to offer a free stream and download of their single ‘Time, The Beholder’ to introduce people to their prog-metal, rock fusion that is their new EP ‘Carried Away.’ Jonathan Webster (Drums and Backing Vocals) had this to say about the EP,

 “The songs on Carried Away are some of the first that we wrote together as a three piece, and really capture the dark, moody, and more complex elements of the band. They embrace both the high and low energy of progressive music as well as some of the brutality of metal with a sense of melody that binds it all together. We definitely pay homage to our influences here, but tried to do so in a way that it stands on its own, rather than in the shadow of those influences. As well, we were able to work with some of the best names in the international progressive/metal scene along the way, and are very excited to share our labour of love with you.”

PureGrainAudio.com stream of ‘Time, The Beholder’: http://puregrainaudio.com/audio/tylor-dory-trio-time-the-beholder-exclusive-free-song-download

We have it too:

This is the brainchild of three multi-genre masters Jonathan Webster (Drums, Backing Vocals), Tylor Dory (from Death Toll Rising) (Guitar, Vocals), Slava Fedossenko (Bass, Backing Vocals). The EP features 4 tracks mixed by Christer-Andre Cederberg and mastered by Jens Bogren (Amon Amarth, Devin Townsend, and Opeth) and written entirely by the trio. ‘Carried Away’ is set to be released September 25, 2015 and will be available through iTunes.

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Track Listing

1. Time, The Beholder (8:43)

2. Carried Away (5:19)

3. The Black Lodge (8:33)

4. Anne (6:49)

Album Length: 28:44

Upcoming Shows:

Sept 11 – Edmonton, AB – Starlite Room w/ Villianizer, Bleed. Bloated Pig, Tales of The Tomb – Event info here | Tickets here

 TylorDoryTrio.com | Facebook | Twitter | Bandcamp

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