Back in July we shared the news that local groove machine Tussle would be releasing their fourth studio album, Tempest, on September 25th, 2012 via Smalltown Supersound. Produced and recorded in Glasgow, the album’s international footprints continue, as Alexander Hacke – one-fifth of German experiemtal/industrial pioneering outfit Einstuerzende Neubauten – has remixed a track of Tempest titled “Yume No Mori.” While we’ve yet to hear the original, this spooky version possesses a fun combination of groovy metallic beats alongside echoing, hard-hitting snares. According to Tempest‘s track list, “Yume No Mori” bats lead-off, so it will be interesting to hear the song’s initial arrangement when presented as the album’s first notes.

Our first glimpse into the new album a while back was through new track “Eye Context”, which you can enjoy below.