Perspective (EP)

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EP by
Released21 May 2012
RecordedMetropolis Studios, UK and 4D Sounds
GenreProgressive rock, ambient, acoustic
LabelCentury Media
ProducerAcle Kahney, Amos Williams
Tesseract chronology
Altered State
Professional ratings
Review scores
Metal InjectionPositive[1]

Perspective is the second EP by British progressive metal band Tesseract, released on 21 May 2012. The EP is not a metal record, instead it consists of new renditions of four songs from One: a newly edited version of "Eden" called "Eden 2.0" and acoustic versions of the songs "Perfection," "April," and "Origin." It also includes a cover of Jeff Buckley's "Dream Brother". It is the band's first and only release with vocalist Elliot Coleman, who left the band in June 2012, mere weeks after the release of Perspective.

The cover is very similar to that of the band's album One, but, whereas the tesseract on the cover of that album is grey, the tesseract on Perspective is blue and "sparkly."

The EP has a special edition on iTunes where there is an instrumental version of each song.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Tesseract, except Dream Brother by Jeff Buckley, Mick Grøndahl and Matt Johnson.

1."Concealing Fate Part Four - Perfection" (acoustic)3:46
2."April" (acoustic)4:31
3."Concealing Fate Part Six - Origin" (acoustic)4:55
4."Dream Brother" (Jeff Buckley cover)5:17
5."Eden 2.0" (extended version)4:28
Total length:22:57



  1. ^ Seadi, Nina (12 July 2012). "Album Review: TESSERACT - Perspective". Metal Injection. Retrieved 10 April 2015.