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TesseracT Release Instrumental Version Of “One”

Following in the footsteps of Darkest Hour, TesseracT have digitally released an instrumental version of their latest album “One“. You can snag that via iTunes. Is this some type of dick move considering the band recently replaced their vocalist?? Or is there a demand for instrumental versions of albums?

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  • http://facebook.com/infinitethird Infinite Third

    To answer your question: if it’s the right band, I definitely enjoy an instrumental version of an album. Case in point, Protest the Hero’s “Fortress” was a completely different and equally-fulfilling listening experience in its instrumental form.

    I think the right way to do it is offer it as a bonus when purchasing the actual album.

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