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Hoping to remove the stigma New Jersey has garnered through certain unmentionable television programs, Thank You Scientist is a seven piece experimental rock group that features no spray tans or blowouts. The band has been captivating live audiences throughout New Jersey and New York with their “face-melting” live performances. Consistently packing every venue they play, there is never room to move at a Thank You Scientist show, and with good reason: these guys deliver. Now, with the release of their debut ep, “The Perils of Time Travel,” the band is ready to bring their sound to a wider audience. An unprecedented amalgam of progressive rock, indie, jazz fusion, and classical, their sound is prone to leaving audiences slack-jawed, transfixed, and generally confused. A Frank Zappa for the indie generation? Incubus jamming with the Mahavishnu Orchestra? Mr. Bungle and Steely Dan joining forces to fight Godzilla? King Crimson and the Brecker Brothers serenading you at your bedside? It all seems so strange on paper, yet it’s sure to satisfy your ears in the best of ways.

Sal - Vocals
Tom - Guitar
Russ - Violin
Greg - Bass
Odin - Drums
Andrew - Trumpet
Ellis - Saxophone

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  • scary_fairy

    just found these guys. Amazing) Wish you a lot more listeners) Greetings from Russia)

    19 May 9:45am Reply
  • DDevilized

    the new mix is still too loud.

    5 Apr 5:06pm Reply
  • YoshiYogurt

    Both albums by these guys are amazing! one of my favorite prog rock/metal bands.

    21 Mar 2:12am Reply
  • Cynnicio

    Saw these guys open for Periphery. I already really loved them, but me and my friends met them at the end of the show and they are the most amazing and friendly guys I've ever met in my life. They lifted us up and took a picture with us, signed our albums, sang my friend happy birthday, and they drew dicks all over his shirt too (per his request). Honestly I have so much more respect for them now, and that's amazing because I already really respected them. Also their new album should be dropping this summer, according to them!

    14 Jan 5:56am Reply
  • ReaIis

    Ahh, these guys are awesome.

    19 Nov 2014 Reply
  • davidh219

    Saw these guys open for Coheed at the House of Blues in Chicago. Sal has got some SERIOUS pipes. That dude can sing his ass off with so much power and never miss a note. His voice is so much more impressive live than on the album. I, like many, didn't care for the horns at first, but it eventually 'clicked' and I get what they were going for, though I still think they take it a bit far at some points. Really amazing band. They deserve the publicity Coheed is netting them and then some. Can't wait to see what they do on their next album.

    7 Nov 2014 Reply
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  • ajablagargala

    I really want to like this band but the crowded instrumentation is putting me off.

    16 Oct 2014 Reply
  • knight_88

    'Maps of Non-Existent Places' is such a great album!

    6 Oct 2014 Reply
  • SonOfShiva

    ok just as I thought the trumpets really grew on me. Now I love all of this album. Been listening to it everyday for 2-3 weeks.

    5 Oct 2014 Reply
  • Cynnicio

    The remaster sounds really great. I recommend it to everyone.

    1 Oct 2014 Reply
  • gunk0001

    raging drums right before the disappearing act

    28 Sep 2014 Reply
  • SonOfShiva

    Ok this is album is absolutely fucking awesome.

    15 Sep 2014 Reply
  • SonOfShiva

    listening to their debut, don't really like the ska-esque trumpets and such (I hope they'll grow on me) but the rest is reallly good.

    15 Sep 2014 Reply
  • dogerwaul

    Their second album is a million times better than their first, but even their first album is really nice.

    10 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Caesar1981

    Can't stop listening, this stuff is addictive! Keep it on, guys!

    19 Aug 2014 Reply
  • MAR1US

    Hey I only have to pay about 80 euros to buy their album! Worth?

    13 Aug 2014 Reply
  • Delirium-Cordia

    Why is this band compared with Coheed & Cambria? There's a tenuous similarity at best. :-s

    23 Jul 2014 Reply
  • Gapkilla

    @willhelm_ryan that's good because coheed is much more inferior. this means that TYS is totally going to steal the show! :)

    9 Jul 2014 Reply
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