The Binary Code have been hard at work preparing new material via pre-production with new vocalist Rory Crumm (formerly of Swallow the Ocean). Rory joined the band in September, working extensively in preparation for the sold-out show with Periphery & Textures at the Gramercy Theatre NYC Frak the Gods tour stop. After playing a handful of shows with the Binary Code, it was decided that Rory would join the band full-time not only as a vocalist, but also to handle synths/sampling.
The band is periodically writing and recording new pre-production full-length at their very own Studio Nil in Bloomfield, NJ. Upon completion of the pre-production, the group will enter the studio in late-Winter/early-Spring with a yet-to-be-announced engineer. The band previously posted three pre-production tracks for streaming on their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/
TBC will embark on a 4 date mini-tour November 4th to the 7th with progressive technical death metallers Rivers of Nihil. Dates are as follows:
11/4 O’Reilly’s – Philadelphia, PA
11/5 TBA – NY, NY
11/6 PT-109 – Allston, MA (email dilapidatedenterprises@yahoo.
11/7 Lit Lounge – NYC, NY
Rory talks about his enlistment with the band:
“I am beyond humbled to have been asked to join The Binary Code and to be creating music with such talented and responsible musicians. I look forward to the writing process and progressing as a vocalist along side these fine gents.”
the Binary Code had the following to say about Rory joining the group:
“We are thoroughly excited to have Rory as a part of the band. We were fans of his previous band Swallow the Ocean long before we started working together. Considering our most recent exploration of the post-metal genre, Rory’s vocal abilities, both screaming and singing, and other instrumental talents are absolutely equal to the task, and then some. We’re going to be doing vocal pre-production very soon, and plan to share that with our listeners when we’re done. It’s a wonderful feeling knowing the confines and limitations of our music continue to disappear as each song is written.“