New track A whisper in the evening by synopsys (full album to be released May 17th)

2017-04-11 04:45:22 UTC

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Some things can't be explained… To understand Synopsys you must listen to their music, feel the pictures, capture the quiet and sustain heaviness. Those atmospheres build themselves on a paradox, shadow & light, the infinitely big & the infinitely small, things to say that we cannot say, the balance & the fall. These unavoidable meetings are translated into as captivating as lightning sounds.

synopsys  will release their first full length album « Le temps du rêve » on May 17th 2017. The album will come with a full length film to illustrate it. "A whisper in the evening" is their first  title on Bandcamp  along with a  music video for the  title « Leviathan »

Track List


A whisper in the evening - 06:34


Genre : metal, rock, experimental, post-hardcore, post-metal, post-rock, shoegaze

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No estamos separados by Massa Nera

2017-04-10 05:02:00 UTC

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Massa Nera has been making raw, passionate music since 2015.

Loud sounds from New Jersey. 

Track List

  • I'll be the next to go
  •  Surely, we'll see each other soon (feat


Genre : rock, atmospheric, emo, harcore, punk, post-hardcore, post-metal, post-rock, real

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New album - Seldom Few by Seldom Few

2016-11-22 12:12:58 UTC

Seldomfew birds

Seldom Few are an atmospheric rock trio from the Western Isles of Scotland. Their self-titled debut album is a refreshing eclectic mixture of post-hardcore, dream pop, gothic post-punk and shoegaze.

Track List

  • Barely A Moon - 04:06 
  • Last Ride - 03:14 
  • Kimberly - 04:10 
  • Into Sun - 03:10 
  • Candle For The Blind - 03:55 
  • Translucent - 05:52 
  • Fall Town - 03:28 
  • The Parting Waters - 07:12


Genre : alternative, atmospheric, rock, dreampop, experimental, noiserock, pop.rock, post-hardcore, post-punk, post-rock, shoegaze

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Province of the Mind by Mainland Divide

2016-10-11 05:53:43 UTC

Mainlanddivide

5 piece progressive/post-hardcore/post-rock group from Central Arkansas. 

Jesse Kelly - Guitar

Chris Doan - Guitar

Rick Holthoff - Guitar, Vocals

Aaron Wolfe - Bass

Shane Clinton - Drums 

Track List

  • Province of the Mind 08:40
  • Bastion 07:05
  • Unclaimed Landscapes 02:56
  • Pioneers 07:44
  • Fossils 06:42 


Genre : alternative, ambient, post-hardcore, post-rock, progressive

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