Juggernaut to release new studio album “Neuroteque” on October 11th 2019

Juggernaut Neuroteque cover
Neuroteque”, the place where everything is allowed, where everything takes the risk of becoming something else. Urban and science fiction scenarios overlap with bucolic and mystical incursions, sweet lullabies turn into screams, a stealthy step becomes a crazy ride.

On their upcoming, third album, the four-piece band Juggernaut from Rome, Italy, deliver seven tracks as the seven different doors to enter “Neuroteque”: A lisergic menu of cinematic progressive, metallic psychedelia, mellow and disturbing atmospheres. This record holds seven stories of harmonic and emotional transformation, seven winding paths towards “Neuroteque”.

After the band's second and critically acclaimed album, “Trama!”, released in 2014, Juggernaut return with their most complex, powerful and strongly evocative instrumental record to date, and immerse in obscure and grotesque atmospheres. Today Juggernaut is sharing a first track taken from their cinematic sludge metal masterpiece “Neuroteque”! Listen to “Orbitalia” below.

Says the band: “"Neuroteque" is a new step forward in the research and definition of the way we think music. It certainly picks up where "Trama!" left off, but new images and emotions shuffle the cards towards a more abstract, caleidoscopic and exciting trip. We are immensely proud and anxious to share our new studio work with everyone”!

The cover artwork was done by Francesco Viscuso and Juggernaut.

Set for a release on October 11th, 2019, via Subsounds Records and coming on LP, CD and in Bundle + Digital formats, “Neuroteque” is now available to pre-order here.

1. Limina
2. Astor
3. Ipnonauta
4. Charade
5. Titanismo
6. Aracnival
7. Orbitalia

Andrea Carletti - Electric and acoustic guitars, sitar, samples
Roberto Cippitelli - Bass, glockenspiel, vibraslap, synth
Matteo D'Amicis - Drums, ATV aFrame, egg and soft shaker, tambourine, tabla, senasel, trash can
Luigi Farina - Electric, acoustic and classical guitars, synth