Following six months of intensive work in the studio recording their much anticipated 4th album, August 26th sees the release of British metal masters TMIS' Earache debut, "The Disappearing Humans". Mixed by produced Scott Atkins (Sylosis, Behemoth, Savage Messiah) and mastered at the world famous Abbey Road Studios with Steve Rooke (The Beatles), this monster of an album comes bursting with aggressing, huge hooks and instantly memorable choruses.
Combining a mix of progessive metla, hard rock and punk, this is the first album since guitarist James Cluer stepped up as lead vocalist. In Gizz's words. "James is the greatest metal vocalist I have ever worked with and his performances on the album are unmatchable".
Now garnering much attention since the filming of the video for the first single from the album, "The Eye That Offends", recorded on location in Tunisia at the set of one of the most legendary movies of all time: Star Wars, TMIS are now heading for the stardom that they surely deserve. Check out the visually stunning video below, and don't forget to listen to the Spotify-exclusive 3-track EP!