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Kambodsja

From: Norway
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Latest Kambodsja News

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Kambodsja Streaming New Song

The Norwegian post-hardcore experimentalists from Kambodsja just shared a new song from their forthcoming fourth album “Stranger” - check out "Jaws" below.

Produced by Øyvind R. Gundersen, engineered and mixed by Christian G. Engfelt, and mastered by Greg Calbi, “Stranger” follows the band’s 2012 album “Year One” and is set for release on September 16th via Mas-Kina Recordings. The full track listing is as follows:

1. Guillotine
2. Jaws
3. Sin And Bones
4. Neumunster
5. Name Among Dead (watch the video here)
6. Vomit Chunks
7. Eyes Ahead
8. Stranger
9. Curses More...

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Kambodsja Posts 360 Degree Video

Norwegian post-hardcore experimentalists from Kambodsja just shared a music video for the track “Name Among Dead,” taken from the band’s fourth album “Stranger," which is due out on September 16th via Mas-Kina Recordings. The stunning 360-degree video is available below.

Produced by Øyvind R. Gundersen (Rumble in Rhodos, Hanne Kolstø, Atlanter), engineered and mixed by Christian G. Engfelt (Big Bang, Jaga Jazzist, Elephant 9) and mastered by Greg Calbi (Sonic Youth, Ramones, The Sword, Father John Misty, Explosions In The Sky), “Stranger” follows the band’s 2012 album “Year One." More...

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Kambodsja Streaming "Name Among Dead"

Norwegian post-hardcore four-piece group Kambodsja announced that fourth album "Stranger" (and first for Mas-Kina Recordings) is due out this fall. The album’s first single “Name Among Dead” can be streamed below.

Produced by Øyvind R. Gundersen (Rumble in Rhodos, Hanne Kolstø, Atlanter), engineered and mixed by Christian G. Engfelt (Big Bang, Jaga Jazzist, Elephant 9) and mastered by Greg Calbi (Sonic Youth, Ramones, The Sword, Father John Misty, Explosions In The Sky), “Stranger” follows the band’s 2012 album “Year One." More...

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