Karnivool - New Song Available Online


Australian progressive metal band Karnivool have announced the premiere of a new song called "The Refusal" which is now streaming online. Their upcoming untitled album is due out in the summer, four years after the release of Sound Awake. The track can be heard here.

Following two years of writing, Karnivool bunkered down for three months, throughout the Australian summer, to record their anticipated new album at Studios 301 in Byron Bay, alongside producer Nick DiDia (Rage Against The Machine, Mastodon, Bruce Springsteen).

For a limited time, the band are offering the track as a free download over here. You can also watch a video blog of the album below.




Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Karnivool
 
Posted: 20.05.2013 by Red_Travis


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20.05.2013 - 19:48
whatsacow
First listen: Wasn't that fond. Second half of the song hit, and I loved it. Second listen and I love this song. Brilliant. Heavier than anything they've done, and still complex and atmospheric.
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22.05.2013 - 05:31
Stabby
It's missing the elegance of Sound Awake. Sounds like a jam session, which isn't necessarily bad, I just really hope that the whole album isn't like this. *socks remain unrocked*
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22.05.2013 - 18:39
whatsacow
Written by Stabby on 22.05.2013 at 05:31

It's missing the elegance of Sound Awake. Sounds like a jam session, which isn't necessarily bad, I just really hope that the whole album isn't like this. *socks remain unrocked*

Eh. Remember how different Set Fire To The Hive sounded to the rest of the album? Pretty sure it'll be like that.
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22.05.2013 - 19:28
Stabby
Written by whatsacow on 22.05.2013 at 18:39

Written by Stabby on 22.05.2013 at 05:31

It's missing the elegance of Sound Awake. Sounds like a jam session, which isn't necessarily bad, I just really hope that the whole album isn't like this. *socks remain unrocked*

Eh. Remember how different Set Fire To The Hive sounded to the rest of the album? Pretty sure it'll be like that.


Very true, and that's why I don't judge an album by the songs they release. Although SFTTH>This. But it's just one song.
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22.05.2013 - 19:31
whatsacow
Written by Stabby on 22.05.2013 at 19:28

Written by whatsacow on 22.05.2013 at 18:39

Written by Stabby on 22.05.2013 at 05:31

It's missing the elegance of Sound Awake. Sounds like a jam session, which isn't necessarily bad, I just really hope that the whole album isn't like this. *socks remain unrocked*

Eh. Remember how different Set Fire To The Hive sounded to the rest of the album? Pretty sure it'll be like that.


Very true, and that's why I don't judge an album by the songs they release. Although SFTTH>This. But it's just one song.

Idk. I think I've listened to Hive too much, but I really enjoyed this, even more than hives.
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