Here’s some video from our 2008 show in Leipzig, opening for Neurosis and A Storm of Light.
We have a proper SoundCloud page now, come and be our friend!
We’re playing our first ever Paris show on Saturday 15th September, can’t wait!!
Facebook event – http://www.facebook.com/events/460472520644686/
Messrs Deeney and Morgan have created the soundtrack for the Fujifilm Shorts 2012 Trailer.
We have contributed a brand new track “Burn it all down (pt.1)” to this french compilation CD. The deluxe edition looks really nice, and its a fantastic selection of bands.
Get your copy now from the BigCartel page
Here’s the lineup:
Falling Down IIV compilation
.digipak 2CDs – 1000 copies
.20 bands – 11 countries
.all the tracks are unreleased
.released the April 30th 2012
1| Hopewell – This is This
2| Year of No Light & Mars Red Sky – Green Rune White Totem
3| Ocoai – Mère de la Lumière du Matin (live recording)
4| The Flying Eyes – Apollo Creed
5| Vanessa Van Basten – Got to Say
6| Dyskinesia – Tra i Ghiacci
7| Planning For Burial – Friendship
8| Aidan Baker – Instrumental B
9| Julie Christmas – Scalps
10| The Winchester Club – Burn it All Down (Pt.1)
1| Black Sun – Syntax Error
2| Rorcal – Világvége V
3| Terra Tenebrosa – Apokatastasis
4| Monarch – Daggvrs
5| Syndrome – Now and Forever
[with special collaboration of CHVE (AmenRa) - backing vocal & Josh Graham (Neurosis, A Storm of Light) - piano and texture]
6| Ayahuasca Dark Trip – Manantial
7| Ethereal Riffian – March of Spiritu (Rise of Sheol)
8| Sendelica – Ingrid Cold (edited remix)
9| Vespero – Flight of the Lieutenant
10| Mouth of The Architect – How This will End
More Info soon.
We’ll be presenting our new album ‘Negative Liberty’ in it’s entirety on Wednesday January 18th at ScreenSocial, a new club/film night. This is the first time we will have played the album in full in the UK.
The live set will be accompanied by Full multi-screen visuals taken from Adam Curtis’ acclaimed documentary series “The Trap”, which provided inspiration for the imagery and themes explored by the new album. The visuals will span the entire 3-room space of The Book Club bar in old st, London.
Screen Social is a new Film vs Music mash-up night featuring VJs mixing music videos, animation, short films & experiments with movie ‘soundtracks of your lives’. Bringing two of our most divisive cultural genres together in one space, Screen Social creates a live ‘filmusic’ experience. Check out new films, videos, directors and content you won’t see anywhere else!