Time for another Tech Tuesday post, as well as another "Hurry Up and Record a New Album" post. The relatively lengthy gaps between albums from Blotted Science are of course at least a little bit more excusable than they are for some other bands, given that this a 'supergroup' that draws all of its members from other bands, but I'd still really like to hear some new material already.
If you're familiar with the technical wizardry that is Blotted Sciences, I'd be willing to bet that you're right there with me. But if you don't know the instrumental madness of Ron Jarzombek and Company, now is as good a time as any to get on board and join the cool kids in counting the days until the next Blotted Science release.
Your belated Tech Tuesday song, the killer "EEG Tracings", comes from the band's 2007 album The Machinations of Dementia, which has only been followed up by one other record, 2011's The Animation of Entomology. Now, I'm no mathemagician, but if Blotted Science keep to the rough four-year album cycle they've been on for the last couple of records, that makes 2015/2016 just about time for new stuff, n'est pas?