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TesseracT - One: A Progressive Metal Masterpiece

TesseracT is a British progressive metal band that released their debut album One in 2011. The album features a unique blend of technical complexity, atmospheric ambience, and melodic hooks. One is widely regarded as one of the best albums in the genre of djent, a term coined by the band's guitarist Acle Kahney to describe the distinctive palm-muted guitar sound.

One consists of nine tracks, including a four-part suite called Concealing Fate that spans over 27 minutes. The album showcases the band's versatility and creativity, as they switch between heavy riffs, soaring vocals, intricate rhythms, and ambient interludes. The album also features guest appearances by singers Daniel Tompkins and Elliot Coleman, who both contributed to the band's vocals at different stages of their career.

One received critical acclaim from both fans and critics, who praised the band's originality, musicianship, and production. The album was nominated for the Best New Band award at the 2011 Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards, and ranked among the best albums of the year by several publications. One is a landmark album in the progressive metal scene, and a must-listen for any fan of the genre.

If you want to listen to One in high quality, you can download it in FLAC format from this link [^1^]. FLAC is a lossless audio codec that preserves the original sound quality of the recording. You can also check out this kit [^2^] for some tips on how to fix any issues with the FLAC file.

One has received mostly positive reviews from critics and fans, who have praised the band's originality, musicianship, and production. According to AllMusic, One is "a surprisingly fresh panorama of progressive sound on top of those recognizable \"djent\" foundations" [^1^]. Sputnikmusic also gave the album a favorable rating, stating that "Tesseract have crafted a debut that is both innovative and accessible" [^2^]. Prog Archives rated the album as essential, calling it "a masterpiece of progressive rock music" [^3^]. However, some reviewers have also pointed out some flaws in the album, such as the lack of diversity in the vocals, the overuse of ambient interludes, and the similarity to Meshuggah's style. Sputnikmusic noted that "the vocals are somewhat lacking in this efficiency" and that "the production of \"One\" takes a 360 to this earlier motif and has made everything very watered down" [^4^].

Despite these criticisms, One remains a landmark album in the progressive metal scene, and a must-listen for any fan of the genre. The album showcases Tesseract's potential and talent, and sets a high standard for their future releases. One is a testament to the band's vision and creativity, and a proof that djent can be more than just a gimmick. aa16f39245

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