"some music was meant to stay underground..."

Spook The Horses Streaming New Track "Drought"

As New Zealand's three-guitar sextet Spook The Horses prepares sophomore LP, "Rainmaker," for release in less than a month, today a new single from the textured post-doom/hardcore opus is available online. Check out "Drought" below, thanks to Vice.com.

Engulfing over forty-six minutes, Spook The Horses' undulating post-hardcore and atmospheric metal shifts effortlessly between lacerating and sublime elements through eight dynamic movements on "Rainmaker."

The album was tracked live at Studio Wellington by James Goldsmith (So So Modern, Die! Die! Die!), mixed in Melbourne, Australia by Sam Sproull (Shihad, Cairo Knife Fight, Gatherer) and mastered in Stockholm, Sweden by renowned engineer Magnus Lindberg (Cult of Luna, The Ocean, Kongh). The album is due out February 2nd, and you can also see the band live:

1/17/2014 The Cabana - Napier, NZ w/ Heterodox, Over-Population

What's Next?

Please share this article if you found it interesting.


0 Comments on "Spook The Horses Streaming 'Drought'"

Be the first to comment! Tell us what you think. (no login required)

To minimize comment spam/abuse, you cannot post comments on articles over a month old. Please check the sidebar to the right or the related band pages for recent related news articles.