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TCP (aka Temporal Chaos) was formed in early 2008 when Blake, Henry and Jack crossed paths on the internet within a two week period. Collaboration began as an informal process but shortly after realization hit that a special chemistry was taking place. As ideas began to flow and music churned out frequently, TCP quickly moved from a tentative phase to a synergistic and energized phase. During this time the music and lyrics remarkably seemed to pour out almost uncontrollably. The next 11 months were spent writing and recording the debut album The Way.

The band’s release of the album in May 2009 on the 10T label showcase their flair for big music, dramatic twists, and dynamics ranging from serene to heavy. Having received acclaim by astute fans and music critics worldwide, many see this album as the happy marriage of 70’s old school art rock and modern progrock - an assessment the band doesn’t dispute.

Most recently, TCP has completed it’s anticipated follow-up album Fantastic Dreamer receiving early acclaim from critics in Belgium, France, Portugal, UK and the US so far. It is currently available in many countries prior to it’s official release on June 15, 2011.

Band influences are considerable, but among the top inspirations band members cite: early Genesis, King Crimson, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Porcupine Tree, Primus, Kansas, Spock’s Beard, Pink Floyd, Yes, Rush, Mahavishnu Orchestra…and many more.

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    TCP's debut progressive album The Way is due for release on Tuesday, May 19, 2009. Rated 4.5 stars of 5 by Sea of Tranquility's staff writers, this album should appeal to plenty of modern progrock and art rock fans. Gabriel-era Genesis fans take special note! CD available at Amazon worldwide, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, CD Universe, FYE, J&R, Sears, Target, Tower Records, and others.

    18 May 2009 Reply