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M.T.Void and Crystal Castles track emerge

The other day on the Children of Saturn radio show, Justin Chancellor played a few interesting tracks including two new M.T.Void tracks, as well as a remixed Crystal Castles track that he was involved with. 

Some thoughtful lad or ladette pushed play on their recording device and uploaded the track to Soundcloud for your listening pleasure:

Crystal Castles – Celestica (Remix by Justin Chancellor and Scott Kirkland) by fortysixand2 M.T.void – Unknown by fortysixand2 M.T.void – Toad by fortysixand2

Toad seems to feature some vocals by Justin, which is a pleasant surprise.  According to Twitter the M.T.Void album is expected to be released before the end of the year.

Let us know what you think of the tracks.

First M.T.void track officially released

M.T.void, a musical collaboration that features Justin and Peter Mohamed have finally released the first track Future from their coming album Nothing’s Matter.  Here it is:

Future–M.T.void

Looking forward to the full album!

M.T.Void debuts on Polish Radio

According to a recent Facebook post, M.T.Void’s first track debuted on Polish Radio Channel 3 earlier this week.  According to comments some have heard the track, however I can’t find any streams online with the song.  Did anyone catch it?

For those that have forgotten, M.T.Void is a side project of Justin’s with Piotr Mohammed. You can find more info on Fourtheye here

M.T.Void release approaching

Justin sent us a message today via Toolband regarding Nothing’s Matter, the debut release from M.T.Void:

We are proud and excited to announce the imminent release of "Nothing’s Matter", the complete and concise work of "M.T.Void" – an experimental collaboration, of the sonic kind, between Justin Chancellor and Peter Mohamed. The logistics of making this available to you all have so far proved to be an obstacle. We are currently in the process of procuring a remedy… Our only business is making music, and businessmen are bad company for our record…

P.S. The staff at Guantanamo Bay Records really needs a space station vacation. xxx

Personally I liked what I heard from the snippets they’ve released so far, so am looking forward to the full album getting a release.

M.T.void Youtube Channel

M.T.void, the new band involving Justin have just created a Youtube channel, which contains a video from the mastering sessions with Bob Ludwig.  M.T.void can also be found on most of your social media networks, so those keen to keep up with these guys should do a little searching around.

Personally, I think it sounds quite promising, certainly the Polish vocals are quite unique to my ears.

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