* * * * * Dangerous Trap + The End Of Science - Split * * * * *

2010-12-29 12:53:06 UTC
The End Of Science [ post-rock, experimental, visual, instrumental narrative ] was formed by Greg and Alex Mauro [ father and son ] and began writing and recording in 2008, releasing " OMGWTFBBQ " later that year " Hence the Title " in mid 2009; and " Yrthak " in mid 2010. The band is based in San Diego. ~~~~~~~~ ( I am sure most of us knows [ The End Of Science ] needless to say MASSIVE sound and as far as [ Dangerous Trap ] goes... well what can I say, typical instrumental post-rock sound with a very nice and smooth flaw. Exceptional [ Split ] indeed. The release date is set for the 18th of Jan 2011 through [ Meters and Miles Recordings ]. 1st album / split tagged as [ 2011 ]. GET IT GUYS and I can't wait for more to come. I got a very feeling on 2011. [ MySpace ] | [ TEOS Last.Fm ] ). ~~~~~~~ Artist - Dangerous Trap + The End Of Science Album - Split [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 1. Dangerous Trap - I Do A Pretty Good Muppet Walk 2. Dangerous Trap - Oh, I've Been To Prague 3. The End Of Science - The Avid Hornet Has To Dive Before It Enters The Transparent Lair Of Leaning Flowers 4. The End Of Science - LIVE! Orange Sunshine -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dangerous Trap + The End Of Science - Split -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- katabatic ~ Metavari ~ Stearica ~ Esmerine ~ Eksi Ekso --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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