Tesseract has announced their cinematic livestream performance Portals to take place from December 12 to December 15. The band's marketing campaign includes obelisk-related imagery, which is great because now we also know who put that one obelisk in the Utah desert. Marketing campaigns!
"Portals is a celebration of our love of performing," said bassist and show producer Amos Williams. "Each act is a still from an ever-evolving musical personality. Each song is the conversation you have with old friends when you meet up for the first time in ages and you pick up exactly where you left off.
"This year has presented us all with an unusual set of barriers to surmount. The limitations of not being able to tour and the absence of shows has focused us towards the concept of creating the ultimate tour production, within the ultimate TesseracT show. Where we explore every facet of our music, and every story we have told, and in doing so create new stories and in some cases commit evolved versions to a medium that will outlast the moment."
Drummer Jay Postones, who now lives in Austin, TX, was unable to travel to the UK to film Portals. Postones was filled in for by Monuments drummer Mike Malyan.
Tickets are now available here.