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Tombstones In Their Eyes to release new studio album “Maybe Someday” on November 15th 2019

Los Angeles’ indie psych rock outfit Tombstones In Their Eyes present the 2-track single “Open Skies”, previewing their new album “Maybe Someday”.

The b-side is an alternative version of “Dreams”, the final track off the new long-play. Tombstones create walls of sound that are simultaneously sonorous and hazy. These are cavernous, stoner lullabies that descend into post-rock soundscapes and are wrapped in dark shoegazing dreamscapes.

Alcest to release new studio album “Spiritual Instinct” on October 25th 2019

On October 25th, Alcest will once again open the gateways to the otherworldly and release their sixth studio album titled “Spiritual Instinct”.

Recorded at the French Drudenhaus Studios and written in bursts both during and after a prolonged period of touring in support of 2016’s hugely successful “Kodama”, the new album - the first to be released via Nuclear Blast - will lead the blackgaze pioneers into dark soundscapes full of spiritual catharsis.
 

Oh Hiroshima reveals lyric video for new single “Moderate Spectre”

After Swedish post-rockers Oh Hiroshima have just recently unleashed the hotly anticipated details for their upcomimg, third studio album titled “Oscillation”, today we get to hear another beautiful anthem with the track “Moderate Spectre”.

Of what blossoms into the band’s most epic record to date, “Oscillation” impresses with abstract guitar work, dreamlike vocals as well as a hint of Electronica.

Alcest announces new album “Spiritual Instinct” - due out in October 2019

After a long and intensive work period at Drudenhaus Studios, Alcest can finally announce that they have finished the recordings of their sixth studio album. The first long-player to appear under their new label, Nuclear Blast, is titled “Spiritual Instinct” and will see the light of day on October 25th, 2019, leading the band into darker yet still dreamy and spiritually profound soundscapes.
 

Spotlights share new music video for “Xerox”

Spotlights, who released their new album, “Love & Decay”, last month via Ipecac Recordings, share a video for the track “Xerox”.

The video, which is shot from the perspective of guitar player Mario Quintero, is a nod to 90s alt-rock videos, with the band saying, “we love the way they didn’t take themselves too seriously and kind of make fun of those who do”.