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Below is our complete ThisQuietArmy news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

ThisQuietArmy Posts Full Album Online

With the release of ThisQuietArmy's new studio album “Anthems for Catharsis” set for this Friday, May 15th, today Exclaim.ca bring fans an album stream in its entirety. Listen in below.

Meanwhile, ThisQuietArmy is currently on tour throughout Europe with Brazil’s Labirinto. Remaining date are as follows:

May 12 - Hamburg, Germany @ MS Stubnitz
May 15 - Zottegem, Belgium @ Dunk! Festival
May 18 - Paris, France @ L'Espace B
May 19 - Geneva, Switzerland @ La Gravière
May 20 - Chambéry, France @ Le Brin de Zinc
May 21 - Bulle, Switzerland @ Ebullition
May 22 - Winterthur, Switzerland @ Gaswerk
May 23 - Innsbruck, Austria @ PMK
May 24 - Bologna, Italy @ Freakout Club
May 25 - Milano, Italy @ Rock N Roll Club
May 26 - Ljubljana, Slovenia @ Channel Zero
May 27 - Maribor, Slovenia @ Gustaf Pekarna
May 28 - Budapest, Hungary @ Dürer Kert
May 29 - Bratislava, Slovakia @ whoneedslyrics?! Festival
May 30 - Prague, Czech Republic @ 007 Strahov
May 31 - Berlin, Germany @ Tiefgrund (Halle) More...

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ThisQuietArmy Posts "Purgation/Purification" Video

Today Canada’s one-man experimental/drone project ThisQuietArmy has released a music video for “Purgation/Purification.” Check it out below, or over at CVLT Nation here.

The track is taken from imminent studio effort “Anthems for Catharsis,” which was recorded and mixed by Erich Quach and is set for release on May 15th via TQA Records & Consouling Sounds. More...

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ThisQuietArmy Releasing "Anthems For Catharsis"

ThisQuietArmy, the drone/experimental guitar-based project of Eric Quach (Hypnodrone Ensemble, Destroyalldreamers & Parallel Lines) will release new studio effort “Anthems for Catharsis” next month on May 15th via TQA Records & Consouling Sounds.

The new album was recorded and mixed by Erich Quach in his hometown of Montreal and according to the project's main man is darker than the last studio release “Rebirths” from 2014.

“Ruminations,” a new song from the 6-track release, is now playing below. You can also catch the band live on these dates:

May 05 - Rome, IT @ Forte Fanfulla
May 07 - Ghent, BE @ Consouling Store (TBC)
May 08 - Cologne, Germany @ Private Gig
May 09 - Mainz, Germany @ Baron
May 10 - Rochefort, Belgium @ Congoland
May 11 - Amsterdam, Netherlands @ The Cave
May 12 - Hamburg, Germany @ MS Stubnitz
May 15 - Zottegem, Belgium @ Dunk! Festival
May 18 - Paris, France @ L'Espace B
May 19 - Geneva, Switzerland @ La Gravière
May 20 - Chambéry, France @ Le Brin de Zinc
May 21 - Bulle, Switzerland @ Ebullition
May 22 - Winterthur, Switzerland @ Gaswerk
May 23 - Innsbruck, Austria @ PMK
May 24 - Bologna, Italy @ Freakout Club
May 25 - Milano, Italy @ Rock N Roll Club
May 26 - Ljubljana, Slovenia @ Channel Zero
May 27 - Maribor, Slovenia @ Gustaf Pekarna
May 28 - Budapest, Hungary @ Dürer Kert
May 29 - Bratislava, Slovakia @ whoneedslyrics?! Festival
May 30 - Prague, Czech Republic @ 007 Strahov
May 31 - Berlin, Germany @ Tiefgrund (Halle) More...

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Year Of No Light Announces Split Album

Destructure Records has issued the following announcement about releasing a split album from Year of No Light and ThisQuietArmy:

"After the release of Ausserwelt, the awesome record and critically acclaimed second album by Year of No Light, we started talking last year with our old friends from Bordeaux about releasing something new from them. We talked about several projects of split and collaborations and eventually all agreed on the idea of sharing a new record with ThisQuietArmy from Montreal, Canada.

"This record pushes the idea of sharing a record to the extreme. Both sides start with a new song from each band, long songs (approx 12 min) which let both bands enough time to develop their own ambiance full of intensity and melodic loops. These new songs are followed by collaborative drones which prove that these two bands were made to work together and share a record.

"The atmosphere is dark but always full of melodies and progressions. The record deserves several playings for the listener to really hear all nuances and details. ThisQuietArmy will be on tour in Europe in April with AUN.

"Year of No Light will do a very few live appearances in the coming months since they started working on a new album after their Russian trip. Artwork has been done by the dedicated Destructure team. This collaborative effort will see the light of day in three versions : transparent clear vinyl, white and black. The release is now on preorder here." More...

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