TesseracT Side-Project Heights Gives You the Proggy, Jazzy, Post-Metal Fix You Need
I woke up to a nice surprise in my inbox today. No, it’s not a new Myrone song, but it’s still really sweet: a new jam by Heights, the progressive, instrumental three piece featuring TesseracT drummer Jamie Postones alongside guitarist Al Heslop and bassist John Hopkins.
Nope, “Solar (Bringer of Chaos), Lunar (Bringer Of Light)” sounds nothing at all like TesseracT. And that’s totally fine. Heights make gorgeous, intricate, even delicate, vaguely groove-based music, and frankly it’s not heavy at all. But who cares? It’s really good, and it should appeal to anyone who digs progressive music. Check out the track below and let us know what you think.
Heights recently signed to Basick Records and will release their third album Phantasia On The High Processions Of Sun, Moon And Countless Stars Above (phew) on April 27th. That’s a bit of a wait, but at least it provides some time to go back and get familiar with their other two records.