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Native Construct Releases Instrumental Version Of "Quiet World"

Boston, MA based progressive act Native Construct just launched an instrumental version of debut release, "Quiet World" (originally reviewed here).

The instrumental tracks, as was the case with the original release, were mixed by Rich Mouser at The Mouse House Studio and mastered by Jamie King at The Basement Recording in North Carolina. Listen to the album now via your favorite streaming or download service here. Guitarist Myles Yang comments:

"One of the hallmarks of 'Quiet World' is the extreme density of the arrangements. The album is saturated with important, but oftentimes subtle layers and Easter eggs. Every time I've happened to hear this music with the vocals muted, I've been struck by just how much is going on under there that I had stopped paying attention to.

"Without the vocals as the main focal point, you really start to notice all those countless details. It's a totally fresh and very interesting perspective on this music. We just had to put it out there for all our hardcore fans. On top of that, we're pleased to be able to include the 8th track, 'Silence,' on this release. This was originally a bonus track available only on the Japanese version of 'Quiet World', but it really is an essential component of the concept. glhf."

Native Construct is currently in the midst of writing a sophomore album for Metal Blade Records with an expected release date for the second half of 2017.

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