Beardfish reveal new album info
2012-07-10 by Greg Fisher STAFF | 18 Comments
Swedish progressive rock outfit Beardfish are going to release their brand new album The Void on August 28th through InsideOutMusic. The LP follows last year's highly acclaimed Mammoth and is supposed to continue the band's transition towards a heavier and darker blend of progressive rock.

Tracklist:
1. Intro
2. Voluntary Slavery
3. Turn To Gravel
4. They Whisper
5. This Matter Of Mine
6. Seventeen Again
7. Ludvig & Sverker
8. He Already Lives In You
9. Note (I: Note, II: Descending, III: The Void, IV: Note Reprise)
10. Where The Lights Are Low

Source:
http://www.insideoutmusic.com/newsdetailed.aspx?IdNews=11649&IdCompany=8
Tagged: Beardfish

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greg84
Staff Reviewer
July 10th 2012
7464 Comments


While other prog acts mellow out, Beardfish get heavier. The album will rule!

FictionalFlames
July 10th 2012
1517 Comments


I remember liking Mammoth, so i might check this out.

MichaelSnoxall
July 10th 2012
12163 Comments


This should be good.

Keyblade
July 10th 2012
15434 Comments


Like this band. Can't wait.

Digging: Sofia Gubaidulina - Chamber Music With Double Bass

TheLodge
July 10th 2012
40 Comments


Beardfish are dudes. Symphonic prog but it feels much more cutting edge. I also recommend Wobbler if anybody missed their 2011 album.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
July 10th 2012
21607 Comments


Sweet. This should rule.

Digging: Foxes in Fiction - Ontario Gothic

Tyrael
July 10th 2012
20971 Comments


awesomesauce

greg84
Staff Reviewer
July 10th 2012
7464 Comments


Voluntary Slavery live:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkqWBaB5oV0

paxman
July 10th 2012
4084 Comments


"While other prog acts mellow out, Beardfish get heavier."

Clearly you've not heard Clockwork Angels

greg84
Staff Reviewer
July 10th 2012
7464 Comments


Yeah. I've heard it and enjoyed it. Good point.

BirthRite
July 10th 2012
1318 Comments


super awesome band, can't wait to hear this!!
super awesome band, can't wait to hear this!!
super awesome band, can't wait to hear this!!
super awesome band, can't wait to hear this!!
super awesome band, can't wait to hear this!!
super awesome band, can't wait to hear this!!
super awesome band, can't wait to hear this!!


Nagrarok
July 10th 2012
8316 Comments


Should be good.

MeatSalad
July 10th 2012
15073 Comments


Will be good.

Digging: Hey Rosetta! - Into Your Lungs (And Around in Your Heart and on

Detritivore
July 10th 2012
274 Comments


"While other prog acts mellow out, Beardfish get heavier. The album will rule!" - the same shit were talking about Yellow and green,...and you see the results.

SwayzeFaced
July 11th 2012
349 Comments


I will have to check this out.

acorncheese
July 11th 2012
7119 Comments


beasts

Apollo
July 11th 2012
10373 Comments


I like this band

Motiv3
July 14th 2012
8945 Comments


will be good.



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