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Last Chance To Reason to release “Level 3” in August

Posted by GageT on Friday, June 21, 2013 at 8:07 AM (PST)

lastchancetoreason-level3Maine techy metallers Last Chance To Reason have announced that their third full-length, Level 3, will be released on August 6 on Prosthetic Records. The CD was recorded at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford,Florida with producer Eyal Levi (who has worked with Daath, Whitechapel, and Six Feet Under).

Level 3 track listing:
01. Rebirth
02. Adrift I: A Vision Begins
03. Cosmos: The Pattern Forms
04. A Glimpse of Omniscience
05. Adrift II: A Vision Ends
06. The Escapist
07. The Dictator
08. The Artist
09. Awaiting
10. Transcendence

 

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Abysmal Dawn announce North American tour and reissue of “From Ashes”

Posted by KageDrummer on Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 3:26 PM (PST)

California death metallers, Abysmal Dawn, have announced that they will be doing a North American tour with support from Obscura, Last Chance To Reason (Nov.4-25), and Enfold Darkness(Nov.28-Dec.7). The tour will last from November 4th through December 7th. To see the full tour schedule click here.

Abysmal Dawn has also announced that they will be releasing a reissue of their 2006 debut album “From Ashes.” The album will be released January 17th through Relapse Records.

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Maine’s progressive metallers  Last Chance To Reason have posted the video for the track, “Upload Complete,” from their Prosthetic debut “Level 2.” The album was released in February.

The video was directed by Corey Norman and can be found at this location.

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Congratulations to April’s Cover Art of the Month Winner, Last Chance To Reason. “Level 2” (Prosthetic Records) who captured the honor with over 50% of the vote.

LCTR had this to say about their win: “We’re stoked that Level 2 received cover art of the month at Metal Riot. Joshua Andrew Belanger did an amazing job capturing the vibe of the album. He even went the extra mile making the cover a fold-out poster that increases the scope of the drawing four times! The fold out poster harkens back to the days of LP covers and prog concept albums.”

Stay tuned for when LCTR will compete in 2011’s Album Cover Art of the Year tournament! In the meantime, check out the complete list of this week’s current nominees and previous month & week winners here.

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