With how much I love last year’s Asymmetry, it’s easy to forget how good Karnivool’s previous album, Sound Awake, is too.
Miroist released their first full-length album a few weeks ago. It’s a little more atmospheric than I was hoping for, but overall I really enjoy it.
Intervals has a new album out, and for the first time, they’ve added a vocalist to the lineup. Luckily it’s Mike Semesky (formerly of The Haarp Machine), and he kills it.