Is there any genre where the vocalist matters less than djent? That’s not to take away from the singers – they’re all really good, melodic and powerful vocalists, but given that many of the semi-genre’s fans are more excited about guitar tones and rhythms than singers, it’s not that big of a surprise that there are more singers in djent bands than there are drummers in Spinal Tap. It could come down to the musical masterminds of the band being dictators or perhaps singers wanting the spotlight, but not being given it, but there’s got to be a reason why TesseracT and Periphery have had nine singers between them. At any rate, TesseracT have unveiled their fifth vocalist, which is damned impressive for a band that has one album out. Ashe O’Hara is the band’s new vocalist, and his debut will be via a single, “Nocturne,” that will be available as a free download on October 12th. You can find a preview of the song above.