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Eight Bells Streaming New Song "Fate And Technology"

Invisible Oranges is currently offering up a premiere of “Fate And Technology” from Oregon transcendentalists Eight Bells.

“Fate And Technology” comes off the trio’s Billy Anderson-engineered "The Captain’s Daughter" debut, scheduled for release on February 19th, 2013 via Seventh Rule Recordings. Give the song a listen through Invisible Oranges here or in the player below. The following press release was issued about the band:

"Eight Bells features within its ranks SubArachnoid Space alumni Melynda Jackson and Christopher Van Huffel. A native of rural Texas, Melynda Jackson grew up an only child. The isolated grasslands and windswept landscapes of her youth would later inspire her to evoke equally mysterious terrain through experimental guitar explorations and wordless vocalizations in the now-deceased SubArachnoid Space.

"Now based in Portland, Oregon Jackson's Eight Bells continues in SAS’ tradition of heavy guitar exploration, adding a blackened dissonance to the mix and minimalist vocals. Jackson is accompanied by classically trained six-string bassist Haley Westeiner, who also provides harmonic counterpoint to Jackson’s newly discovered vocal talents. SubArachnoid Space drummer Chris Van Huffel resumes the throne he occupied for ten years, bringing his thunderous, nuanced double kick playing with him. With this power trio, Jackson has found a group that brings focus and support to her unapologetically expressionistic experimental metal music."

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