Dualism (album)

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Dualism
Studio album by Textures
Released September 23, 2011
Recorded Split Second Sound Studio, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Genre Progressive metal, groove metal, experimental metal
Length 56:41
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Jochem Jacobs
Textures chronology
Silhouettes
(2008)
Dualism
(2011)
Singles from Dualism
  1. "Reaching Home"
    Released: August 23, 2011
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Bloody Disgusting (positive)[1]
Sputnikmusic 4/5 stars[2]

Dualism is the fourth album by Dutch metal band Textures. The album was released on September 23 in Europe, South America and Asia, and was released in North America on September 27, all via Nuclear Blast records.

The first single from the album "Reaching Home" was released on August 19 worldwide. A music video was released simultaneously with the song.[3] That same day, drummer Stef Broks released a video through SickDrummer.com of himself playing along to the entire new track titled "Singularity".[4]

The album was produced by guitarist Jochem Jacobs and it was recorded in Split Second Sound Studio in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The artwork for the album has been designed by former vocalist Eric Kalsbeek and bassist Remko Tielemans.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Arms of the Sea"   6:33
2. "Black Horses Stampede"   3:56
3. "Reaching Home"   5:10
4. "Sanguine Draws the Oath"   5:51
5. "Consonant Hemispheres"   4:20
6. "Burning the Midnight Oil"   5:39
7. "Singularity"   6:46
8. "Minor Earth, Major Skies"   4:40
9. "Stoic Resignation"   5:08
10. "Foreclosure"   2:56
11. "Sketches from a Motionless Statue"   5:21
Total length:
56:20

Personnel[edit]

Textures
  • Daniel de Jongh – vocals
  • Jochem Jacobs – guitar, vocals
  • Bart "Bastærd" Hennephof – guitar
  • Remko Tielemans – bass guitar
  • Stef Broks – drums
  • Uri Dijk – keyboards, sampler
Production
  • Jochem Jacobs – production
  • Eric Kalsbeek – artwork
  • Remko Tielemans – artwork

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jonathan Barkan (September 15, 2011). "[Review] Textures 'Dualism'". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved February 2, 2014. 
  2. ^ Greg Fisher (September 14, 2011). "Review: Textures - Dualism (staff review) : Sputnikmusic". Sputnikmusic. Retrieved February 2, 2014. 
  3. ^ TEXTURES: New Album Details Revealed
  4. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfykD8Mu7as