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Post-Rock Essentials Stunning but to short Live Studio Recording from my favorite Post-Rock Band ever. The Sound is perfect and the performance not from this world. The Band is on fire. One or two more songs would have been great and to this date I still don't understand why the Band doesn't play the title song Dust & Disquiet. Besides that you MUST have this intense and marvellous recording. Favorite track: Arcs of Command.
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jorgeboge The live version of this song its just amazingly awesome. There's no further words to describe the emotions and performance of the band itself. Simply, astonishing. Favorite track: Fire Made Flesh Fire Made Flesh (intro by Charles Bukowski).
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Caspian is a heavy post-rock band whose fourth full-length "Dust And Disquiet" showcases the band's evolved songwriting prowess. They've been reinventing their own take on patient, crescendoing, layered rock music since 2005 and "Dust And Disquiet" is the band's crown jewel. It contains the heaviest tracks Caspian has ever released, as well as their most laid back. They've broken the post-rock mold by introducing gripping guttural screams, an acoustic folk ballad, and crooning trumpet within its ten track journey.

The record's emotional range is startlingly vast; it takes the listener from crippling sadness to riotous anger to energetic joy over the course of an hour. The cover's simple presentation of seven feathers arranged with tips pointing inward on dusty grey-black wood is crafted to reflect the record's tonal juxtaposition from searing post-metal to weightless cinematic rock. "Dust and Disquiet" is a fully realized album showing a band re-defining their career not just as songwriters, but as storytellers.

Watch them perform tracks from the new release here on Audiotree Live.


Band Members

Philip Jamieson – Guitar

Jonny Ashburn – Guitar

Erin Burke-Moran – Guitar

Jani Zubkovs – Bass

Joe Vickers – Drums

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released February 23, 2016

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