Khuda Premieres Full New Album "Molasses Constricts The Clinostat"
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This month marks the return of the Khuda duo, and with it the arrival of the group's biggest and most fully realized album "Molasses Constricts The Clinostat."
If you're down for some dynamic instrumental post-metal, then we're proud to bring you a full stream of the entire album today. Check it out below, and let us know if you dig it in the comments section.
The Leeds/Jyväskylä based twosome has been carving out an unholy body of work since forming in 2007, drawing on the brooding, angular influence of bands like Hella and Russian Circles and setting sounds against an imposing progressive metal backdrop. "Molasses Constricts The Clinostat" is a body of music populated with bold compositions driven by the ambition and percussive/rhythmic attack of guitarist Tom Brooke and drummer Steve Myles.
Despite the 1500 kilometre divide the separates them as individuals, together they have performed over four hundred gigs in more than thirty countries, sharing stages with the likes of Russian Circles, Mono, And So I Watch You From Afar, Torche, Caspian and Red Sparowes.
"Molasses Constricts The Clinostat" is Khuda’s third full-length album, following 2010’s "Palingenesia" and 2011’s "Iecava," which were also released on Prügelprinz Records and Field Records.
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