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Intronaut's "The Challenger" MCD Details Revealed

Translation Loss recently announced the release of California based progressive / extreme music outfit Intronaut’s new CD “The Challenger.” “The Challenger” will see a late 2007 release and consist of 3 new tracks, a hand full of live tracks and an outstanding remix totaling over 40 minutes. “The Challenger” was recorded at Shiva Studios with John Haddad, who manned the helm for their previous efforts “Void” and “Null.” Intronaut has posted studio session pictures for “The Challenger” on their Myspace profile.

The track listing for Intronaut – The Challenger EP is as follows:

The Challenger
Whittler Of Fortune
Deep Architecture
Gleamer (live)
Fault Lines (live)
Rise To The Midden (live)
Sores Wil Weep (live)
They (As In Them) (live)
Burning These Days (remix)

Intronaut will also doing a west coast tour starting July 19th. Here are those tour dates:

`7/19 Tunnel - Los Angeles, CA w/ Giant, Bruce Lamont (of Yakuza)
7/20 Gilman St - Berkeley, CA. w/ Phobia, Book Of Black Earth
7/21 Hemlock Tavern - San Francisco, CA w/ Book Of Black Earth, 100 Suns
7/22 The Speakeasy - Sacramento, CA w/ Giant Squid, Book Of Black Earth
7/23 1078 Gallery - Chico, CA w/ Book Of Black Earth, The Makai
7/24 Musichead - Medford, OR w/ Book Of Black Earth
7/25 Samurai Duck - Eugene, OR w/ Book Of Black Earth
7/26 Comet Tavern - Seattle, WA w/ Book Of Black Earth, Iamthethorn
7/27 Fried Chicken Barge - Seattle, WA w/ Book Of Black Earth, Iamthethorn
7/28 Satyricon - Portland, OR w/ Book Of Black Earth, Iamthethorn

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