Stay Tech With ARCHSPIRE's Dizzying New Song "Remote Tumour Seeker"
If you've been feeling a little like reality is falling apart lately, that's because there's a new Archspire album coming that's likely tearing everything to shreds. For example, if you listen to the band's new song "Remote Tumour Seeker" all the way through, you'll be transported straight to the grave! Because you head exploded.
The band sees the song in a slightly different light.
The concept for this song is based partly on the split brain experiment where (when split) one hemisphere will lie to justify the actions of the other. In this case the subject had a living tumour installed on his brain that caused the healthy half to split apart. This leads him to believe that two sides of his one brain are split into two people. The hunter and the prey.
The seeker begins to track the other part of his brain using remote vision and a beacon sent out by the tumour. He begins an endless hunt for his other half. Opening skull after skull looking for it, unaware that his other brain still resides within his own head. It’s one of the many experiments done by the A.U.M cult in an attempt to better understand a living black matter discovered centuries ago and its varying effects on human subjects.
Archspire will release Relentless Mutation on September 22, and you can pre-order that here.