DON’T BOARD THE T.R.A.M. JUST YET; DEBUT ALBUM DELAYED
If you’re wondering why we’re getting so worked up over a band that hasn’t even released any music yet, look no further than these live videos of T.R.A.M. — the new group featuring Tosin Abasi and Javier Reyes of Animals as Leaders, Adrian Terrazas ex-The Mars Volta and Eric Moore of the Suicidal Tendencies — performing live at SXSW this past March, as if the band’s pedigree wasn’t enough to instantly bonerfy/moistify your privates. But if you’re as horny over T.R.A.M.’s experijazzmetal as we are, you’d best just preemptively calm those blue balls by listening to Animals as Leaders or something ’cause it might be a minute before T.R.A.M.’s first album sees the light of day. Originally scheduled to hit June 28th, Got-djent.com reports via the band’s Facebook page that the release is being pushed back:
Unfortunately we had to push back the release because we had to do some re-tracking. We want everything to sound perfect so we needed to make these necessary changes. We will announce a new release date shortly.
One can assume that the recording of the new Animals as Leaders album could be getting in the way of said re-tracking, given half of T.R.A.M.’s involvement with that band, but again, one can only assume.
More news, of course, as we have it.