post-rock

NYOS premiere brand new track “Zebracazebra”

Hailing from Finland, noisy and loop-driven instrumental rock duo NYOS has just recently unveiled the first details about their fourth album titled “Now.”, set for a release on February 22nd, 2019.

“Now.” was recorded and mixed at Tonehaven Studio by guitarist Tom Brooke, and mastered by the world-renowned Mandy Parnell, who already worked for highclass acts such as Bjork, Aphex Twin or Sigur Ros.

Fervent Mind signs with Karisma Records

Norway’s Karisma Records have found another up and coming band to add to their already impressive roster, in the shape of Experimental Rockers Fervent Mind.

Formed in 2014 by vocalist and composer Live Sollid, Fervent Mind draws its inspiration from bands such as Porcupine Tree, Mew, Massive Attack, Radiohead and Susanne Sundfør, mixing these diverse elements to create a sound that is both unique and original, and which balances on a fine line between the rough and the delicate.

NYOS to release new studio album “Now.” on February 22nd 2019

Now is the time to dive into some very special soundscapes like you have never heard them from a 2-piece band before, as the Finnish instrumental noise duo NYOS returns with their fourth album “Now.”!

Today the critically acclaimed band, who just came back home from an extensive European tour with Zeal & Ardor, unleashed the first details about “Now.”, due out on February 22nd, 2019!

Voices From The Fuselage to release new studio album “Odyssey: The Founder of Dreams” on November 9th 2018

Weaving an unmistakable tapestry of crunchy guitar riffs and soaring lead guitar with catchy, pop-influenced vocals, four piece alternative/progressive rock outfit Voices From The Fuselage have announced details of the eagerly anticipated follow-up to 2015’s “Odyssey: The Destroyer of Worlds”!

The new album, “Odyssey: The Founder of Dreams by Voices”, will be released on November 9th, 2018, via White Star Records.

Staying true to the path laid out with their 2015 release, “Odyssey: The Founder of Dreams by Voices” maintains thematic ties with its predecessor, charging once more into the battlefield of “Science vs. Faith”.