New England metal troupe THE BREATHING PROCESS are road-bound today, kicking off a 25-date US tour in support of their recently issued Candlelight full-length Odyssey: (Un)Dead. The journey begins in Albany, New York at Bogies and will blast its way across the country before winding down at Sounds Asylum in Goshen, New York. Tour dates are as follows:


4/17/10 Lucky’s Pub – Wilmington, NC
4/18/10 Oasis – Charleston, SC
4/21/10 The Pit – Jacksonville, FL
4/22/10 Liquid Scrips – Orlando, FL
4/23/10 The Chop Shop – Venice, FL
4/24/10 The High Ground – Metairie, LA
4/25/10 Fat Daddy’s Sound Shack – Dallas, TX
4/29/10 Tequila Jungle – Lubbock, TX
4/30/10 The Compound – Albuquerque, NM
5/02/10 The Phix Gallery – Phoenix, AZ
5/03/10 The Viper Room – Hollywood, CA
5/05/10 Club Retro – Fresno, CA
5/06/10 Whiskey Dick’s – Lake Tahoe, CA
5/07/10 The Alley – Reno, NV
5/13/10 Jefferson Community Center – Jefferson, SD
5/15/10 Blacksheep Cafe – Springfield, IL
5/17/10 Blondie’s – Detroit, MI
5/18/10 The Hayloft – Mt. Clemens, MI
5/20/10 Crocodile Rock – Allentown, PA
5/21/10 Sounds Asylum – Goshen, NY
THE BREATHING PROCESS have prided themselves on the hybrid nature of their music. Splicing symphonic black metal with brutal death metal, the band further manage to introduce elements of epic ambience and melody unseen by most acts in today’s realm of heavy music. Now with the release of Odyssey: (Un)Dead the band look to break through to a larger audience.

The record features 12 tracks and was produced by Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage). Conceptually based on a single person’s journey down the path of exile,the new songs progress in bold, varying movements that emphasize the power and landscapes of the world’s natural elements: Oceans, forests, great plains, glaciers and deserts. These elements are reflected in the songs themselves, almost as if each song is an interpretation of the world’s vastness. Huge, grandiose keyboard flourishes blend with pulverizing riffs and breakneck drumming, topped off by a perfect balance of screamed and sung vocal patterns — it is a treasured listen.

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