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Sannhet Streaming New Song "Still Breathing"

Sannhet and Sacrament Music today post another brand new mantra from the instrumental post-metal trio’s pending debut album, "Known Flood." Experience the slow-building tension of “Still Breathing” via Cvlt Nation now. The following press release was issued about the track:

"Clocking in just under eight minutes long, 'Still Breathing' -- the expansive next-to-last track on 'Known Flood' and the longest song on Sannhet’s maiden LP -- surges with the band’s mesh of static-filled textures and organic/natural ebb-and-flow the band so expertly executes.

"A video for the album’s opening track 'Absecon Isle' was released by Brooklyn Vegan followed by a premiere of the track 'Moral' via Pitchfork.

"A record release gala for Known Flood will take place February 22nd at Sacrament Music headquarters, Saint Vitus Bar. In addition to Sannhet, the lineup features Theologian and brethren Cleanteeth, in addition to headliners Deafhaven for an exclusive East Coast show.

"With nearly forty-five minutes of electrified post-metal, fueled with domineering riff-building movements and intense percussive hostility, Known Flood unifies Sannhet’s lightly blackened atmospheric style, captured by Colin Marston (Krallice, Behold… The Arctopus, Dysrhythmia) and mastered by Carl Saff. Sacrament Music -- founded by the owners of Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar and members of Primitive Weapons -- will release Known Flood digitally and on LP, the pressing limited to 500 with 100 on colored wax. Preorders are available here."

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Absecon Isle
2. Safe Passage
3. Invisible Wounds
4. Endless Walls
5. Moral
6. Slow Ruin
7. Haunches
8. Still Breathing
9. Flatlands

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