atmospheric rock

Syberia to release new studio album “Seeds of Change” on October 4th 2019

On October 4th, 2019, Barcelona’s Syberia will release their third album, “Seeds of Change”, via Blacklight Media / Metal Blade Records.

Syberia craft intricate and involving instrumental rock opuses, and they have never sounded more assured than on “Seeds of Change”. Following in the footsteps of Caspian, Mogwai and Russian Circles, their instrumental works are complex yet instantly accessible, weighty, gorgeously melodic, and always deeply moving.
 

aswekeepsearching to release new studio album “Rooh” on September 27th 2019

Acclaimed Indian post-rock band aswekeepsearching have announced their anticipated third LP, “Rooh”, due out on September 27th, 2019. 

Pre-order “Rooh” here.

Tracklist:
1. Chasing Light
2. Green and Blue
3. Aas Paas
4. Eneke Najaaba
5. Rooh
6. A night in Zottegem
7. Aitbaar
8. Gangtey

Vinnie Caruana to release new EP “Aging Frontman” on October 4th 2019

Vinnie Caruana has set to release his new EP “Aging Frontman” on October 4th, 2019.

Stream the first single “Better” below.

Pre-order “Aging Frontman” here.

Tracklist:
1. Better
2. Alone
3. Dying in the Living Room
4. I Love You, Please Watch Over Us
5. Providence
6. Tex “The Rock” Johnson

The 69 Eyes release music video for new single “Cheyenna”

The goth scene has already marked this day in their calendar with a big, black cross because today Finland’s dark rockers The 69 Eyes start the pre-order for their 12th studio album “West End” , due to be released on September 13th, 2019, via Nuclear Blast. Get your copy of the digipak (including the album + Blu-ray with a special band documentary directed by Ville Lipiäinen) or digital download here.

Russian Circles reveal new single “Kohokia”

With the steady reveal of their forthcoming album “Blood Year”, Russian Circles continue to remind the world why they have reigned as one of post-rock’s most stalwart forces. Their latest single, “Kohokia”, finds the trio in one of their most exploratory modes, capturing Slint-esque negative space in one moment, and blizzards of ashen metal in the next. 
 
Listen to Russian Circles’ blistering seven-minute track “Kohokia” below.