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At The Soundawn

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Formed: 2000
From: Modena, Italy
Last Known Status: Active

Latest At The Soundawn News

Below is our complete At The Soundawn 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.

At The Soundawn Streaming New Tracks

Italian prog/post-metal outfit At The Soundawn has now released "Visionaries," which is the the follow-up to "Shifting" (reviewed here).

Two tracks from "Visionaries" are now available for streaming. Check out "Blow the Ashes" and the title track "Visionaries" below, or find more info on picking up the album via the At The Soundawn official website here.

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At The Soundawn To Record New Album

Italian jazz and hardcore influenced outfit At The Soundawn has issued the following brief announcement online about gearing up to record a new album:

"OK guys, it's true! We're entering the recording studio very soon to record our new yet-untitled album! Are you ready to hear some really new stuff from ATS???? We are stoked!!!"

This upcoming, currently untitled, album will follow 2010's Lifeforce Records-released "Shifting" (reviewed here). Further details will be announced as they become available. At the Soundawn is:

Luca De Stefano - vocals
Andrea Violante - guitars
Matteo Bassoli - guitars
Alessio Bellotto - bass
Enrico Calvano - drums

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At The Soundawn Reveals Tour Video

Italian post-rock/progressive metal band At The Soundawn has launched a tour video montage, to give fans a behind the scenes look at their first European tour in support of their second studio album, "Shifting" (reviewed here), for which Metalunderground.com has the exclusive premiere through the weekend. The video captures highlights from the band’s recent romp through Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Germany, and is set to At The Soundawn’s single, “Mudra: In Acceptance and Regret,” taken from their April 2010 Lifeforce Records release.

At The Soundawn guitarist Andrea Violante comments: "All right, guys. Here we are. You thought that touring was stressing, sweating, smelling each other stinks, (that leads towards to) fart competitions and running out of money... well, you were right! This is all it's all about. We were stressed out, we were sweating, we were stinking but I was winning the fart competitions (not true - Luca won it)... and obviously we ran out of money in like two days! So if you think that this is not enough…that you want more meat, more blood, more passion, well maybe. . .it's helicopter time!!!"

The track “Mudra: In Acceptance and Regret” can be streamed on the band’s official MySpace page, while a live video of At The Soundawn performing the song “Black Waves” can be seen here.

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At The Soundawn Posts Live Video Clip

Italian post rock act At The Soundawn has posted a live video online of the track “Black Waves,” which is from the forthcoming album "Shifting." The video clip can be viewed below. "Shifting" hits stores in North America on April 27th on Lifeforce Records. Another track off the album titled “Mudra: In Acceptance and Regret” can be streamed through the band's MySpace page. The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Mudra: In Acceptance and Regret?
2. 7th Moon?
3. Caofedian?
4. Drifting Lights?
5. Black Waves?
6. Hades?
7. Prometheus Bring us the Fire More...

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At The Soundawn Posts Final Studio Update Video

Italy’s melodic post-rock band, At The Soundawn, has posted a sixth, and final, studio update on YouTube. The footage was documented last summer during the "Shifting" recording session at Studio 73 in Ravenna, Italy, and it can be viewed below.

"Shifting" will hit North American stores next month on April 27th, courtesy of Lifeforce Records.

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At The Soundawn Uploads Fourth Video Studio Diary

Italian rockers At The Soundawn have revealed part four of their studio diary you can watch it below. The new album "Shifting" is set to be released on March 15th in Europe and April 19th in North America.

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At The Soundawn Uploads Third Video Studio Diary

Italian rockers At The Soundawn have revealed part three of their studio diary you can find at the following location or below. The new album "Shifting" is set to be released on March 15th in Europe and April 19th in North America.

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At The Soundawn Uploads 2nd Video Studio Diary

Italy's AT THE SOUNDAWN has posted another video studio diary which can be seen below:

The new album "Shifting" is set to be released on March 15th in Europe and April 19th in North America. More...

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At The Soundawn Announces Italian Tour Dates

Italian metallers, At The Soundawn, have announced the following tour dates:

01/31 - IT – Sassuolo, Modena @ C.S.A. Fassbinder
04/12 - IT – Piacenza @ For Sale w/ A Storm Of Light

For more information on At The Soundawn check out their MySpace page.

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At The Soundawn Sign To Lifeforce Records

Lifeforce Records issues the following press release:

Lifeforce and Lifeforce America are proud to announce the addition of Italy’s very own AT THE SOUNDAWN to the roster! AT THE SOUNDAWN play a unique and unfettered style of music that can be described as beautiful, crushing and ethereal.

Formed in 2000, AT THE SOUNDAWN have been crafting their newest effort and Lifeforce debut “RED SQUARE : we come in waves” since 2005, which will see a late spring / early summer release. “RED SQUARE : we come in waves” harkens the sounds of jazzy influenced Radiohead and Isis while combined with the hardcore urgency of Shai Hulud.

“RED SQUARE : we come in waves” was produced by Riccardo Pasini at Studio 73, known for his work with the Italian acts Ephel Duath, The Secret, Slowmotion Apocalypse.

You can hear two tracks from AT THE SOUNDAWN’s Lifeforce debut here.

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