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French post-rock four-piece flyingdeadman streamed new EP ‘The night’ // Out now on digital exclusive through all streaming services


French instrumental post-rock four-piece flyingdeadman just released a brand new EP called ‘The night’ on digital exclusive through Bandcamp and all the main streaming services.

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pg.lost (FEAT EX-GHOST & CULT OF LUNA MEMBERS) release dark and dreamy video for ‘Suffering’


‘Suffering: A dark, slow and dreamy journey. A feeling of heaviness but still something hopeful. It is, in our opinion, the most cinematic song on the record. Which made it an obvious choice to make a video for. The video is created by Mats Ek who has previously worked with “Myrkur” among others.“

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Norwegian post-rock/nu-classical/post-folk quintet Monograf digitally reissue debut album ‘Nadir’ for extended worldwide release


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A few months after giving birth to their debut full-length effort called ‘Nadir’, Norwegian quintet blending post-rock, nu-classical and traditional folk music Monograf just re-released the album for digital extended worldwide release through Throne Of Bone Recordings and the main legal services (iTunes, Spotify & co).

In addition to this official announcement, the band which also unveiled an official music video of the song “The Golden Calf” will play in about two weeks at Vivid – A Post-Rock Festival (in Norway) next to bands such as And So I Watch You From Afar, Long Distance Calling or Nordic Giants.

 

Watch the official music video of “The Golden Calf” | Stream and order the album for physical / digital

 

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REPORT: BRUTAL ASSAULT #24 – DAY 1st (0)


Once again the gates of Brutal Assault Festival located at the Josefov Fortress of Jaroměř and within the heart of Europe, Czech Republic, has opened.  The festival took date from August 6th to 10th with the line up of 130 bands.  The place and time is kind of sacred to me.  Usually, I would be looking forward to about two or three bands.  But during the festival I discovered another ten more favourites that I enjoyed and additionally more that I started to like. This is not even mentioning some other stuff that was happening.  One starts to think about cosmos games.

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