Eimog

2009-10-30 13:59:34 UTC
Agrigento, Italy (2006 – present) Eimog is a post rock band formed in Agrigento, IT in 2006. Eimog is a band heavily immersed in the influences of nature’s visual notions of the universe and finds itself in its prime when the crazy collaboration of sound lines up and finds her perfect balance. Countless suffocating hours trying to define art were futile - only music allows us to breath. It is our art. After 2 years of intense dedication, constant activity, demo tapes and one EP (April 2008), Eimog has been granted the opportunity to grow by; pushing its music to its limits, performing incredible live shows and being able to communicate with everyone from every part of the planet. The resulting experiences of the last 2 years will be collectively combined, tuned, pitched, amplified and shared with people, clubs and at festivals in our new full length CD featuring 9 songs. Eimog was recently approached by Iteraphone Records (based in Canada). They will be taking us under their wing by promoting our music, EP, Full Length and the bands tours. Its our time to grow and the time for self-actualization starts now… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ( VERY GOOD LISTEN on the latest one but GET BOTH titles though [ MySpace ] ~ [ Last.fm ] ). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Artist - Eimog Album - Scenario Release Date - 2010 Genre - Instrumental, Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 01 - Saved By Thirteen 02 - Until Death Do Us Part 03 - Jana 04 - Building Empires Upon This Landscape 05 - May Tries To Be June 06 - Madre ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Eimog - Scenario Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Artist - Eimog Album - Eimog Release Date - 2009 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 01 - The last step over 02 - Interlude 03 - Oceanic 04 - Antartica ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Eimog - Eimog Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Vortice Di Nulla ~ Pertegò ~ Dresda ~ Gatto Celiegia Contro Il Grande Freddo ~ Stearica ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CHEERS KAYLE... Very GOOD Listen. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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