Caspian Stream New Album
2012-09-18 by DarkNoctus CONTRIBUTOR | 21 Comments

US post-rockers Caspian are streaming their new album, Waking Season, over at Spin ahead of release.

Waking Season is to be released September 21st/25th.

http://www.spin.com/articles/caspian-waking-season-full-album-stream

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Ending
September 18th 2012

1889 Comments


Yes! I love these guys' style. Definitely checking this out ASAP.

VheissuCrisis
Contributing Reviewer
September 18th 2012

848 Comments


Been meaning to check these guys for a while.

minty901
September 18th 2012

1962 Comments


track 1 transition into track 2 is TERRIBLE. other than that, album rules hard.

Xenophanes
Emeritus
September 18th 2012

10585 Comments


solid album

Digging: United Nations - The Next Four Years

StagnantWords
September 18th 2012

318 Comments


Didn't even know this was forthcoming, checking out now

mindleviticus
September 18th 2012

8164 Comments


Shit son. The Four Trees was beautiful. I'll check this out.

JWT155
September 18th 2012

9205 Comments


Yes. Moksha is genius.

mindleviticus
September 18th 2012

8164 Comments


walking season is a beautiful opener

TomAkaVeto
September 18th 2012

1596 Comments


Saw them last night and they were amazing.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 18th 2012

30873 Comments


Release date is the 25th as far as I know

Digging: FaltyDL - In The Wild

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
September 18th 2012

8743 Comments


yeah i saw them live and they ruled hard, especially when playing the raven and sycamore

deviant it is? i'll edit that when i find out, sorry

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
September 18th 2012

8743 Comments


it's both in different places, i'll put both in

North0House2
September 19th 2012

5812 Comments


Love these guys. They've got a real nice, slick, sound- pretty original too, for the genre.
I shall check this out promptly.

Digging: The Number Twelve Looks Like You - Mongrel

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 19th 2012

30873 Comments



it's both in different places, i'll put both in


That's cool. I only remembered it because since taking over the new releases posts I've kinda got a whole bunch of release dates ingrained in my head atm


minty901
September 19th 2012

1962 Comments


so who's reviewing this?

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
September 19th 2012

8743 Comments


the album rules so far

production sucks though

minty901
September 19th 2012

1962 Comments


waaaaaaaaaah?

minty901
September 20th 2012

1962 Comments


yeah this is pretty fucking mindblowing. massive-sounding guitars. play it LOUD.

theAwfulWAFF1e
September 20th 2012

1 Comments


^^
What that guy says.

ShitsofRain
September 21st 2012

5574 Comments


Gone in Bloom and Bough is great.

Digging: Ben Sims - Fabric 73

fuckthatnoise
September 21st 2012

1479 Comments


this is really nice. surprisingly fresh sounding.



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