Tres Thomas has an excellent instrumental project going called Infinitee, and you can find out for yourself with the stream of his debut album The Possibilities Are Endless. Thomas, also known as the guitarist for Tales of the Tomb, formed Infinitee in 2016, inspired by My Chemical Romance, Dance Gavin Dance, Plini, Modern Day Babylon and The Contortionist. The project’s sound can be described as djenty, heavy, dynamic, melodic and progressive.
“It will definitely be different! However, the title track ‘The Possibilities Are Endless’ leaves all sorts of possibilities open…no pun intended! Tracks like ‘Xenocybin,’ ‘Lost’ and the title track are more metal and conventional with their instrumentation. Tracks like ‘Robots Vs The Wooden Chairs Part 1 and 2’ are more influenced by EDM, which has sparked the interest of people who aren’t really a fan of metal or djent, but appreciate the more electronic elements of music. This is basically a battle of robots (electronic made sounds) and the wooden chairs (guitars, bass, drums) that are wooden and made and played by humans!”