Dyzen’s forthcoming debut album It’s Pronounced Zen has an impressive number of guest appearances. Featuring on the track “Digital Senseless” is Daniel Tompkins of TesseracT (who themselves have a new album, Polaris, out on September 18th) and the band have recently released a video for it.
Vocalist/guitarist Scot Goodrum has this to say:
“Digital Senseless” is about our reliance on technology and how we are becoming colder and less attached as human beings. It’s quite tongue-in-cheek, but we wanted to demonstrate how we’re all so absorbed in our phones and gadgets nowadays than actually interacting in real life.
You can check out the video below, but in the meantime have a look at the bevy of guests who you can expect to hear across the whole album. No release date as yet, but as soon as one is confirmed, we’ll have it up for you!
- Spencer Sotelo (Periphery)
- Chris Barretto (Monuments)
- Dan Tompkins (TesseracT/Skyharbor)
- Andy James (Sacred Mother Tongue)
- Mike Semesky (Raunchy/Intervals)
- Ashe O’Hara (Voices From The Fuselage/Ex-TesseracT)
- Gino Bambino (Novallo)
- John Browne (Monuments)
- Renny Carroll (Forever Never)
- Max Michel (The Algorithm/Kadinja)
- Leah Woodward (Aliases)
- Travis Montgomery (Threat Signal/Nociceptor/Jeff Loomis Band)