Thomas Giles - "Sleep Shake" Video (PopMatters Premiere)

by Chris Colgan

26 January 2011

Tommy Rogers is out to blow perceptions away, though, with his new solo album Pulse, issued under his given first and middle name of Thomas Giles.
 

When discussing Between the Buried and Me frontman Tommy Rogers, the topics most frequently discussed are his frenetic yet soulful keyboard skills, and the delightful contrast between his unearthly growls and gorgeous clean singing. However, not many people seem to realize just what an integral part of Between the Buried and Me’s songwriting and composition he is. Rogers is out to blow perceptions away, though, with his new solo album Pulse, issued under his given first and middle name of Thomas Giles. Arranging, composing, producing, and performing the entire album on his own, this dynamic and intelligent musician delivers a powerhouse album of progressive and experimental rock, enlivened by elements of techno and electronic included in the mix. The first single from the album, “Sleep Shake”, displays just how much effort went into Pulse, with shots of Rogers performing every single instrument and singing. With echoes of Trent Reznor permeating every second of his music, Thomas Giles Rogers is making his presence felt now more than ever before.


  

Thomas Giles
Pulse
(Metal Blade)
Releasing: 1 February

SONG LIST
1.  “Sleep Shake”    4:55
2.  “Reverb Island”    3:55
3.  “Mr. Bird”    4:24
4.  “Catch & Release”    3:25
5.  “Hamilton Anxiety Scale”    4:09
6.  “Scared”    2:35
7.  “Reject Falicon”    4:21
8.  “Medic”    2:48
9.  “Suspend The Death Watch”    5:14
10.  “Armchair Travel”    3:38
11.  “Hypoxia”    5:06

 

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