We are happy to announce today a release date of July 12, 2016 was established for TCP's third album, Temporal Chaos. Availability will be CD and all digital formats at all major outlets worldwide. The full album may currently be streamed at ReverbNation and SoundCloud. Happy listening!
Almost complete in the manufacturing phase! Will be going to distribution in roughly one week. Street date looks to be late June. It'll be nice to finally get this one out!
Perhaps I forgot there was such a thing as a blog here. Be that as it may, I see we are missing a number of years. To catch you up, the mastering has been done for the upcoming "Temporal Chaos" album. We'd like to have a street release by end of July, but that might be pushing it just slightly. Stay posted! /B
10T Records announced today, March 8, 2011 the planned availability of TCP's new album, Fantastic Dreamer. Earliest availability will be April 11, 2011 with a street release on June 15. Please refer to the press release for links and more information at TCP's or 10T Record's website.
Our debut album "The Way" has received acclaim by plenty of progressive music critics, both print and online. Most are hearing this as a blend of 70s Art Rock with modern prog, something the band agrees with.
The Way is available in CD and digital in many countries. Please visit out "stores" page on our official web site for a full listing by country.
And don't forget...prog rocks!
Hi fans of progressive music...
We're just sort of setting up here at RN and getting ready for our album release this April 21 (prog market) and May 19 (street release).
Henry, Jack and I are pretty excited about it being that it is our debut album. We've never done much to encourage any real fan base, but we know that it's kind of important considering we'd really like people to at least know about the new album. You could help us just a little...
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Thanks much, Blake for TCP