post-rock

Caspian release documentary “Circles on Circles: A Cinematic Journey with Caspian”

Caspian, who recently released their fifth full-length album, “On Circles”, via Triple Crown Records, have made a full-length documentary, titled “Circles on Circles: A Cinematic Journey with Caspian”, available as a limited time rental, here.

The documentary news comes as the band has confirmed the remainder of their planned North American tour dates have been cancelled.

Lazaris Pit to release new studio album “Coniphers” on May 22nd 2020

Raleigh-based rock outfit Lazaris Pit have announced they will release their new “Coniphers” album.

Ahead of that, they present the lead single “You Don’t Tag Me in Memes Anymore”, a modern-day break-up song, often detached from the moments that make life worth living and musing on the deeper workings of it all with the grim reality that someone important has moved on. They also present a video rendition of this single, live in Athens, Georgia. Listen to the new track below.

El Ten Eleven announces trio of full-length albums “Tautology I, II & III” out in May, July and September 2020

El Ten Eleven have announced a trio of full-length albums dubbed “Tautology I” (release date: May 1), “Tautology II” (July 10) and “Tautology III” (Sept. 18) with the Joyful Noise Recordings’ releases representing a sonic meditation on the arc of human life, composed in three parts.

Oranssi Pazuzu announces Fall 2020 European Tour and releases music video for “Uusi teknokratia”

Two weeks ago, Finland’s experimental anti-traditionalists unleashed “Uusi teknokratia”, the first single off their new album “Mestarin Kynssi”, out on April, 17th, 2020.

Today, Oranssi Pazuzu have released a hypnotic music video for the song. Check it out below.

Stream or download “Uusi teknokratia” here.

Coldbones to release new studio album “The Cataclysm” on April 17th 2020

Wielding a stunning, combined arsenal of post-rock, prog, shoegaze and traditional metal, UK three-piece Coldbones have announced the forthcoming arrival of their highly-anticipated second studio album - the ominously-titled “The Cataclysm” - as well as  the album’s first single, which drops on March 12th!

Supersonic Festival to take place in Digbeth, Birmingham, in July 2020

Building on the success of last year's sell-out edition, Supersonic Festival organisers, Capsule continue their voyage of discovery - now twenty years strong - celebrating heaviness in a variety of forms, and adapting in order to stay relevant. Their evolution continues with an exciting move to a new home in the outer edges of Digbeth, Birmingham.