The Contortionist ‘Rediscover’ Four Songs For “Language” Reissue, Debut New Version Of “The Parable”


The Contortionist have debuted a music video for their ‘rediscovered’ version of their song “The Parable” below through Prog. As to what the term rediscovered means in this context, the band reworked four tracks from their latest release “Language” with fresh eyes, having now toured behind them for over a year.

Those songs include new versions of “The Source“, “Language“, “Primordial Sound” and the above mentioned track. They were recorded/engineered by John Douglass and mixed and mastered by Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me, Scale The Summit). Frontman Michael Lessard commented:

“We are very excited to finally share this rerelease of Language with everyone! We wanted to sit down with the songs that we’ve spent the last 14 months playing around the world, and give people a chance to see them in a new light. It’s been a pleasure getting a chance to rediscover these tracks and we hope everyone enjoys!”

All four tracks are included on a new deluxe edition of the band’s latest release, “Language“, which you can now pick up here. Videos for each rediscovered track were¬†filmed by director Erez Bader and they are included with the deluxe edition as well.