This is a "teaser" (if you will) of the EP I have been writing. There are a few cool things that I have in mind to change the song on the final EP, but this is the gist of it. Just ignore the cheesy beginner midi drums...
#samsara #mark #instrumental #postrock #ambient May 22, 2014 | Comments (2)
Collapse Under The Empire is an instrumental / post-rock duo from Hamburg / Germany. They formed 2007, when Chris Burda and Martin Grimm got together to develop their own music. Collapse Under The Empire is a 2-piece post-rock band with an electronic feel which makes the band unique, but equally inspiring and other said bands of their genre. Fusing keyboards, synthesizers, guitars, and drums to form a soul searching ambience that speaks volumes to the world through music. The thing I love about intrumental music is that anyone in the world can listen and enjoy it. You dont have to understand a...Read More
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Post-rock band "If These Trees Could Talk" is releasing a new album titled 'Red Forest' on March 20, 2012. They decided to release their title track 'Red Forest' on www.guitarworld.com and you can also hear the track 'Barren Lands of the Modern Dinosaur' on their facebook page. Both tracks have completely blown me away and can't wait for the release of the album on March 20th. ITTCT is having an album release show on March 16, 2012 in Akron, OH at the "Musica" venue there, before heading on tour to Europe in April. Here is the link to their new title track re...Read More
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This Will Destroy You, often abreviated TWDY, is an american "post-rock" band from Texas formed in 2005. I put quotes on post-rock because the band hugely neglect this notion. They are often compared to bands in the post-rock genre such as the infamous Explosions In The Sky who are also from Texas. Bassist and keyboardist Donovan Jones has said in an interview, “Fuck post-rock, and fuck being called post-rock.” and in an interview with the Dallas Observer, guitarist Jeremy Galindo said, "It can be aggravating. I think after this new album comes out, a lot of th...Read More
#thiswilldestroyyou #TWDY #postrock #drone #doomgaze
Russian Circles is a three piece instrumental rock/metal band from Chicago. Russian Circles play instrumental, sprawling music which runs the gamut of heavy discordant metal, to soft delicate passages. They are also known for their energetic live shows, mostly headlining now but in their earlier days they toured with the likes of Boris, Isis, Red Sparowes, Minus the Bear, Daughters, Coheed & Cambria, Mono, and Pelican as well as appearances at the 2006 SXSW, and 2009's Bonnaroo. They were also the opening band for Tool while playing their first tour in the United Kingdom in 2007. Their name is...Read More
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Long Distance Calling is a post-rock/ post-metal band formed in 2006 in Münster, Germany. Their melancholic tracks, usually lasting five or more minutes, are mostly instrumental, but some of them feature guest vocalists: Peter Dolving from The Haunted (Built Without Hands, album Satelite Bay) and Jonas Renkse from Katatonia (The Nearing Grave, album Avoid The Light). Long Distance Calling have released two singles and three full-length albums, all of which were received very positively by critics: Satellite Bay (2007), Avoid the Light (2009) and Long Distance Calling (2011). In 2008 th...Read More
Red Sparowes is a Los Angeles post-rock band comprising current and former members of Isis, Halifax Pier, Angel Hair, The VSS, and Pleasure Forever. Their sound is characteristic of soundscape-influenced experimental rock, with an otherwise uncommon extensive use of a pedal steel guitar.
Red Sparowes formed in 2003 as another project for its members. Through signing to Neurot Recordings, Neurosis' record label, Red Sparowes toured with The Dillinger Escape Plan and Made Out of Babies in 2004 after recording demos for their debut album. The debut was recorded in May 2004 by engineer Desmond...Read More
#redsparowes #instrumental #postrock #amazing
Parhelia is a 4-piece instrumental post-rock band from Dublin, Ireland. I have recently had the privelege of speaking with them via email. Their music is a huge inspiration to me and never fails to speak volumes to the soul. They were kind enough to let me ask them a few questions for a little more information about Parhelia's story and any news on the band. Here is what they had to say to a few questions i threw their way:
Tell us a little about yourselves and how Parhelia formed and when?
We formed in 2005. Myself Cathal and Andy had been in a band called Revile, who were...Read More
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Parhelia are a 4-piece from Dublin, Ireland, who play refined #Instrumental #PostRock. They released their debut Ep “First Light” in 2006 and followed it up with “Oceans Apart” in 2007.They released their Debut Album "Shifting Sands" in 2009. It is rumored that Parhelia is planning to release a new album in 2012.
Parhelia have undertaken tours in Ireland and Norway and appeared alongside acts such as Dead Soul Tribe, 65 Days of Static, God Is An Astronaut, Anathema, Cougar and most Notably Guns N’ Roses and Therapy on the Irish leg...Read More
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Foxhole first began regular rehearsals in November 2000. The brainchild of founding members Adam Moore and Nathan Mcbroom, and finding practice space in various places on Western Kentucky University's campus, Foxhole was heavily influenced by other Kentucky bands such as Slint and June of '44. The first performance featured Nathan on guitar and bass, Adam on guitar, Matthew and Joey on drums and percussion, Justin playing glockenspiel, and two of the bandmates' girlfriends providing sparse vocals. The second performance featured the aforementioned players together with Derek on bass, Greg impr...Read More
#foxhole #postrock #indie #BTV