Thank You Scientist join Periphery, Nothing More, and WOVENWAR on Juggernaut Tour 2015

Juggernaut Tour

Periphery has announced tour dates and support for their Juggernaut tour next year. Our very own Thank You Scientist will be supporting, along with Nothing More and WOVENWAR. Grab tickets at the links below:


  • January 10     Carrboro, NC     Cat’s Cradle     TICKETS
  • January 11     Charlotte, NC     The Fillmore     TICKETS
  • January 12     Atlanta, GA     Masquerade     TICKETS
  • January 13     Tampa, FL     Orpheum     TICKETS
  • January 14     Ft. Lauderdale, FL     Revolution Live     TICKETS
  • January 16     New Orleans, LA     House of Blues     TICKETS
  • January 17     Houston, TX     House of Blues     TICKETS
  • January 18     Dallas, TX     House of Blues     TICKETS
  • January 20     Albuquerque, NM     Sunshine Theatre     TICKETS
  • January 21     Phoenix, AZ     Club Red     TICKETS
  • January 22     Los Angeles, CA     House of Blues     TICKETS
  • January 23     Anaheim, CA     Yost Theater     TICKETS
  • January 26     San Francisco, CA     The Fillmore     TICKETS
  • January 27     Portland, OR     Hawthorne Theater     TICKETS
  • January 28     Seattle, WA     El Corazon     TICKETS
  • January 31     Denver, CO     Summit Music Hall     TICKETS
  • February 2     Minneapolis, MN     Varsity Theater     TICKETS
  • February 3     Chicago, IL     House of Blues     TICKETS
  • February 4     Detroit, MI     St. Andrew’s Hall     TICKETS
  • February 6     Toronto, ON     Opera House     TICKETS
  • February 7     Montreal, QC     Corona Theatre     TICKETS
  • February 8     Albany, NY     Upstate Concert Hall     TICKETS
  • February 9     Rochester, NY     Water Street Music Hall     TICKETS
  • February 11     Boston, MA     Paradise Rock Club     TICKETS
  • February 12     New York, NY     Irving Plaza     TICKETS
  • February 13     Silver Spring, MD     The Fillmore     TICKETS
  • February 14     Philadelphia, PA     District N9ne     TICKETS

Pre-Order “Maps” at Vintage Vinyl and see Thank You Scientist for FREE on October 14th!

Vintage Vinyl

Pre-order Thank You Scientist’s new album, “Maps of Non-Existent Places” (available 9/30) at or in person at Vintage Vinyl and receive a wristband for their instore performance & signing on Tuesday, October 14th at 7pm. (While supplies last, wristbands are limited.) Each album purchased includes ONE wristband. Each person attending needs their own wristband in order to get into the signing. Wristband purchases are NON-RETURNABLE. Only a limited number of wristbands will be available, so order yours while supplies last!

Pre-order here!

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Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez has officially launched his record label Evil Ink Records and his first signing is New Jersey’s young experimental progressive rock septet Thank You Scientist. The newly formed label, distributed by INgrooves, will be releasing a fully remixed and remastered version of the band’s 2012 debut full-length record, Maps of Non-Existent Places, on September 30th, in time for their run with Coheed and Cambria’s “Neverender:IKSSE3 Tour.”

In anticipation for the upcoming release, Thank You Scientist has premiered “My Famed Disappearing Act” today on SoundCloud.

Maps of Non-Existent Places will be released digitally, Digipak CD and for the first time on vinyl. The double LP, available on both blue and black 180 gram vinyl, can be pre-ordered now here.

Claudio Sanchez knows a little bit about progressive music. His career has spanned 12 years and 7 albums, likely encompassing the longest concept album arc in the history of rock and roll. Now, in effort to further support and promote his beloved complex genre, he has launched a label dedicated to sharing a wealth of future talent with the first signing being the extremely talented seven-piece band Thank You Scientist.

For the uninitiated, Thank You Scientist was forged from the music program at Montclair State University in New Jersey when guitarist Tom Monda met saxophonist Ellis Jasenovic and trumpeter Andrew Digrius. The three bonded over their love for Frank Zappa, Mahavishnu Orchestra, The Beatles and Harry Nilsson. Those influences would become the seeds for what Thank You Scientist would evolve into today.

With the addition of vocalist Salvatore Marrano, bassist Greg Colacino, drummer Odin Alvarez and violinist Ben Karas, Thank You Scientist’s lineup of virtuoso musicians was complete. The band would go on to self-release an EP, The Perils of Time Travel, in 2011 followed by their debut full-length, Maps of Non-Existent Places, in 2012, which caught the ear of Sanchez, a fellow purveyor of progressive stylings, and led to his signing of the band.

To pinpoint Thank You Scientist’s sound would be inconceivable. On Maps of Non-Existent Places they hold a virtual master class on musicianship, fusing elements of progressive rock with jazz fusion, classical, metal, psychedelic and pop for a head spinning, mind-blowing listening experience. The seven-piece band, who collectively play some 20 instruments, boasts a hyper-composed sound which is indebted to their experience and formal training in both classical and jazz idioms.

A Frank Zappa for the indie generation? Incubus jamming with the Mahavishnu Orchestra? Mr. Bungle and Steely Dan joining forces to fight Godzilla? King Crimson and the Brecker Brothers serenading you at your bedside? It all seems so strange on paper, yet it’s sure to satisfy your ears in the best of ways.

Fans can expect a new studio album in 2015. Follow the band now at for additional news and updates.