Outrun the Sunlight
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Rogue Records America is pleased to announce that Chicago prog metal outfit Outrun The Sunlight will release second full-length album "Terrapin" on December 16th, 2014. The label comments:
"Outrun The Sunlight transports the listener through an instrumental progressive metal blend that combines heavy instrumentals with elements of jazz, post-rock, ambience, and orchestral music, to form emotional and epic songs.
"Terrapin is a monumental release for Outrun The Sunlight as it features a full five-piece incarnation of the band, which is a considerable change from their original duo-oriented line-up. With these new line-up additions comes a growth in the band’s already full and layered sound – adding even more depth to the structure of the songs and a much more 'live' finished sound." More...
Outrun The Sunlight will be releasing new album "Terrapin" via Rogue Records America later this year, and now the band is streaming a track titled "Spirit" online.
Chicago's Instrumental duo Outrun the Sunlight has posted a new demo track online titled "The Seventh and the Fourth," which can be heard in the SoundCloud player below or at this location. For more info on Outrun the Sunlight, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.
Outrun the Sunlight has announced "The Return Of Inertia" album will see a vocalist re-release version this coming April, 2012 via Rogue Records America.
The vocalist re-release of "The Return Of Inertia" is a massive collaboration featuring vocalists and instrumentalists from all over the world, including Aleksandra Radosavljevic, Jordan Ibarra, Sean Silagy, Joel Hanlon, John Brogger, Steve McCorry, Karlton Tillman, Chris Jones, Chad Kapper, and Jake Lowe.
Michigan's Outrun the Sunlight is currently streaming the entire new album "The Return of Inertia" online, which can be heard via the player below. The band also commented:
A short video documentary about Outrun the Silent, and the band's place within a movement of social networking and artistic expression, has been posted online and can be viewed below.
You can also check out a previously posted Outrun the Sunlight song titled "Quark II: Ten Billion Years" by heading over to this location.
Outrun the Sunlight has posted a new version of the song "Quark II: Ten Billion Years" online, which can be heard in the player provided below. "Quark II: Ten Billion Years" comes off the band's "Architecture Of The Cosmos" EP.