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Ghost Toast released a first single "Gordius" from their upcoming third album "Out Of This World". The album is released June 7th 2017 via Inverse Records. Listen to the single on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2q7ORlt and check their music video out from here: http://bit.ly/2qaDpni
Ghost Toast is an instrumental, experimental progressive rock band from Debrecen, Hungary, formed in 2008. They love heavy, trippy music and film scores as well, so they use these elements to create their own music.
With their 3rd album, the band used elements of heavy prog rock, world music, folk, and electronic music. The songs on are connected by a loose concept - a connection between fantasy and some mythological themes (influenced by the Dark Tower saga by Stephen King, Dune by Frank Herbert, I am legend by Richard Matheson, Greek mythology, etc.).
The band names following artists as their influencers Tool, Faith No More, Mastodon, Crippled Black Phoenix, Ulver, Special Providence, Oceansize, Jaga Jazzist, Shpongle, Orbital, Ott, Plaid, Future Sound Of London, various film score composers (like Ennio Morricone, Jeremy Soule). So this tells that it is quite impossible to describe their music, you'll need to experience it by yourself!
Norwegian multi-instrumentalist Sylvaine is now unveiling the second track taken from her sophomore album 'Wistful', which has been scheduled for release on May 13th. The song "Saudade" is exclusively streaming via the official media partners listed below.
"The track 'Saudade' showcases the more ambient side of 'Wistful'. I always refer to this song as 'the dirge', as the mix of my father's constant hypnotic marching pattern on the drums and the dark ambience of the music, gives the feeling of a funeral march. Musically it is very minimalist and lyrically, this might be one of my favorites on the album."
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