New album Ghost Shirt Society by Antethic

2017-04-06 04:29:22 UTC

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ANTETHIC is an instrumental rock trio from St. Petersburg, Russia. One of the most interesting and innovative bands on the European post-rock scene. The trio is notable for an impressive and organic combination of a variety of genres, such as electronic, progressive rock, ambient, drone,  and shoegaze. Staying true to the band's experimental and atmospheric roots every new release shows progression towards more balanced and electronic sound. Throughout a 5 years lifetime, Antethic has released 2 LP albums, several EP and singles.

The latest album 'Ghost Shirt Society' is the first work of  Antethic as a trio in 3 years. The record challenged them with the line up changes and expanded each member involvement on multiple instruments. This resulted in more detailed and yet flowing compositions which they see as their best works so far. The album is inspired by idealism philosophy, utopian and post-catastrophic ideas. As usual Antethic was looking for the way to express specific philosophical or political idea by the means of music.

Production notes:

Drums, samples, keys – Alexander Lyvov

Guitar, loops – Yuri Efremov

Bass, keys – Konstantin Borisov

Production – Antethic, Petr Ternovoi

Recording – Petr Ternovoi, Valeriy Makhota

Mixing and mastering – Petr Ternovoi

Art work and design – 8pmflipa

Track List

  • Ilium - 05:04 
  • Modulor - 07:06 
  • Metamachine - 07:08 
  • Fragments - 04:33 
  • Cascadia - 07:36 
  • Tsunami Museum - 05:27 
  • Sentinel - 07:38 
  • The Moon Must Fall - 05:25


Genre : alternative, electronic, experimental, post-rock, progressive, rock, ambient, atmospheric, cinematic, drone, instrumental, shoegaze

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