Animals As Leaders are streaming another new song! As they prepare to unleash their fourth record, The Madness Of Many, the instrumental progressive metal gymnasts give you "Arithmophobia". The new album has been the most collaborative effort for the band and was produced by Animals As Leaders, with guitarist Javier Reyes handling the final mix. What do you think about the new song?
Instrumental progressive band Animals As Leaders are currently streaming a brand new song, "The Brain Dance", from the upcoming fourth album, The Madness Of Many. The album will be released on November 11th via Sumerian Records and it was produced by the band members, with guitarist Javier Reyes handling the final mix. Enjoy the new song on the player below.
After revealing earlier this year that they were working hard on a follow-up to The Joy Of Motion, instrumental djent masters Animals As Leaders just unveiled the first details regarding the new offering. First of all, it's to be called The Madness Of Many. The band's fourth full-length record is hitting stores on November 11th 2016 via Sumerian Records. For now, you can take a look at the cover and start anticipating the music.
Djent/progressive metallers Animals As Leaders are hard at work on the follow-up to 2014 The Joy Of Motion album. For the fans that are eager to know more about it, guitar master Tosin Abasi updated and shared a video online saying that this is their most collaborative effort to date. They are currently in the writing process for their new album.
Remember Animals As Leaders' glorious 2009 self-titled debut album? Well, but there is a song from it you haven't heard yet. It's called "Kalimba" and it has now been shared online. The track appears on the expanded "encore edition" of Animals As Leaders that Prosthetic Records just released. You can check out if you like it or not below. Of course, it features the trademark instrumental gymnastics of the progressive metallers.
It's been over a year since Animals As Leaders released their latest album, The Joy Of Motion. The djent unit from Washington D.C. chose now to release a video from the album. The band recently premiered a brand new music video for their song "Physical Education". You will see the band members in a different light as well as showing off their chops, all in good fun. Check it out below!
Devin Townsend has some joyful news for the North American fans. He and his band will be hitting the North American grounds with American trio Animals As Leaders and UK's Monuments. Dubbed as 'Abstract Reality North America Tour', it will be executed in November and December, 2014. Check out the full list of tour dates below under the flyer.
By now, you have probably listened to Conquering Dystopia's self-titled debut album. This new band features guitarists Jeff Loomis, Keith Merrow, bassist Alex Webster and drummer Alex Rüdinger. Soon, you will be able to see them perform live as well since they will be opening for Animals As Leaders on their US tour. Chon will also perform on the tour.
Who wants to listen to the entire new Animals As Leaders' album The Joy Of Motion? Wait no more. The instrumental trio has released an online stream of the entire record and all you have to do is click play below or here and enjoy it! After Animals As Leaders and Weightless, what do you think about the newest release?
After showcasing the first taste of their new album, the song "Tooth And Claw", djent masters Animals As Leaders are giving us more new music. This time you get to listen to "Lippincott" off of The Joy Of Motion, due for release on March 25th via Sumerian Records. Until then, enjoy the motion of the music.
The new Animals As Leaders album finally has a title: The Joy Of Motion. It was just announced that their third album will hit the streets on March 25th through Sumerian Record. Hear the first new sounds on the album teaser available right here. There you go, it is only a month away. As for the cover and tracklist, it is still under wraps for now.
The last Animals As Leaders album was Weightless in 2011, so it's about time for a new one, right? Well, things are underway because the band has shared a pic of drummer Matt Garstka tracking drums at Swing House Studios. Animals As Leaders also shared a photo from the studio on their Instagram. Do you think the Americans can outdo themselves again?
Swedish extreme technical metallers Meshuggah have announced their 2013 headlining return to North America around February/March. If that isn't enough to make you dance a bit, the band will be accompanied by Animals As Leaders as direct support and Intronaut opening each evening.