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Calculator

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Below is our complete Calculator 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.

Calculator Posts "Overture" Video

BrooklynVegan today presents the premiere of Calculator's video for "Overture," a song off the LA band's recent full-length, "This Will Come To Pass." Watch the clip below.

With the full-length album out now, Melotov Records prepares for its grand reissue of another Calculator release: the out-of-print 2010 album, "These Roots Grow Deep," a collection of the band's early work.

Due out August 27th on Melotov, the reissue is a limited pressing of 500 white vinyl LPs featuring all new artwork. Recorded between 2007-2009, the songs on the album were tracked at various locations including The Earth Capital in LA with producer Alex Estrada (Nails, Touche Amore, Xibalba). More...

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Calculator Reissuing "These Roots Grow Deep"

Melotov Records presents its release of "These Roots Grow Deep," by Los Angeles band Calculator.

"These Roots Grow Deep" is a complete collection of Calculator's recorded material from the band's first three years of existence, 2007 - 2009. The songs were recorded at various locations including The Earth Capital in LA with producer Alex Estrada (Nails, Touche Amore, Xibalba, Globe and Beast).

Originally released in 2010 and now long out of print, "These Roots Grow Deep" finally gets its day in the sun via Melotov Records' reissue - a limited edition of 500 white vinyl LPs featuring new artwork. The reissue is due out August 27th, 2013. The track listing is:

1. Zero
2. Breathing In
3. Breathing Out
4. Our Homes, Our Graves
5. Paradise
6. Bandages
7. Jesus
8. Fivethousand
9. Abroad
10. 2012
11. Friendslikepaddles
12. Presence
13. Memorial
14. Untitled

Meanwhile, Calculator's first proper full-length, "This Will Come to Pass," was self-released in June. You can stream the tracks from the album below. More...

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