The New Album "To Be and Not to Be" by Vessel Decimal

‘To Be or Not To Be by Vessel Decimal is ready for you!

It's January 31st, 2017 and Vessel Decimal has released the new album, ‘To Be or Not To Be‘, via their Independent Records.

Now the Heavy Metal Band Album "To Be or Not To Be" has four Tracks that stands out and will have great footage "Tisk Tisk", "Zeroth Place", "Dear Jane" and "The Scrambling". Not the Say the other songs are not great. But Listening to the album those are the top picks for Longe.  The album can be found on Itunes, Spotify, Google Play and all places that streams and sell music. To listen to the entire album visit the Band on Spotify at:

Rejoice in Blasphemy, This album is well produced with great production and arrangement. If you enjoy deep underground of Heavy Metal Music this is a great album for you to enjoy.

Ten (10) years ago, Vessel Decimal starting their career in music and enjoying the kind of preposterous success with his music. Listening to Heavy Metal song's, seems to have awoken Vessel Decimal. After a decade of keeping their music low-key with great collaborations, it is hard to avoid the feeling that his 2017 Album "To Be or Not To Be" could be a great masterpiece, which one day, can be one of the biggest heavy metal albums of all our time.

Proudly rooted in his genre, Vessel Decimal shows great potential and giving some light to Heavy Metal. Lately Heavy Metal have not being seen much on the mainstreet forefront; as it was, back in the 80's. From the Distractors assault of Music mastering heights to the mutant Zeroth Place of the underline music creations, this is a joyous statement of intent, heavy on hooks and propulsive riffing, and manifestly more convincing than anything is possible when you have great production, great lyrics and a love your music.


To Be or Not To Be‘ track-listing
1. Distractors
2. Hepatitis
3. Amorphous
4. Tisk Tisk
5. Scenarios of the Unknown
6. The Great Depression
7. Words of Encouragement
8. The Scrambling
9. Dear Jane
10.Zeroth Place


Short Bio:
Vessel Decimal was founded by Jesse Kazmer in 2007 with a rotating cast of anonymous performers with the intention of delivering thought provoking and unconventional music to anyone who takes their music seriously. From more information on Vessel Decimal www.

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