|Cartel announce new album|
2013-01-22 by iGuter | 18 Comments
|Pop punk band, Cartel, has announced their new album will be titled Collider. This will be their first full length album since 2009's Cycles and their newest release since 2011's In Stereos - EP . On Facebook, Cartel released a statement on Facebook talking about their new release:|
NEW ALBUM ANNOUNCEMENT"A lot has transpired since we last put forth a full length album. This band has gone through many tumultuous yet exciting experiences that have brought us to this point – the release of our 4th album, Collider. The title is a representation of those aforementioned experiences that shaped the continuing career of Cartel. When juxtaposed forces collide in the arena of physics many things can happen: destruction, creation, and metamorphosis, to name a few. We feel as though all of those things and more have shaped the career arc of this band. But most of all, they have had a direct impact on the way we create the music that you’ll hear on this record. We found ourselves without a label and marched forward to experiment with the idea of self-releasing and self-producing our music. That experiment was the In Stereo EP. The unintentional discovery in that process was that there is an honesty that is imperative to the making of our music that is necessary to create the best possible sonic experience. That is to say, we’re at our best when we are not concerned with anything but making an album that we WANT to make. It was evident in Chroma. We strove for it despite the spectacle perceived in our self-titled album. We tried to find it again on Cycles. And now, with all other distractions and deterrences
aside, we’ve found it again.
Some may describe the feeling as magical or effortless. I assure you there were no spells or rituals (of the magical nature anyway), and it certainly was not effortless. This painstaking and self reflecting effort yielded something that we are incredibly proud of and that we stand by 100%. Collider is the culmination of 3 years worth of life, love, and reflection. We can’t wait for all of you to experience it with us and enjoy it like we do. Expect us on the road in the US and international destinations playing heart-filled shows that display our passion for the energy and essence put forth in the making of these songs – this album. This is Cartel in all its forms. This is
If this was announced back in 2007, I still wouldn't care.
2004 is mildly intrigued
Digging: Portishead - Dummy
My future self disapproves of my past self
WHO WILL SAAAAVE UUUUUUSS
Digging: FKA Twigs - LP1
Wasted is my jam
I loved their EP back in 04.
This came out of left field. I'll definitely get it.
this band is good, i've slept on them quite a bit i should make up for that
Thought this said Camel.
Digging: Battles - Mirrored
Oh boy you must have been disappointed
7th grade me is rejoicing
gonna go jam Chroma cuz i forgot about this band til now.
"this band is good, i've slept on them quite a bit i should make up for that"
read this quickly and thought you meant you had engaged in sexual acts with them.
yeah Chroma was the shit
Digging: Crooks - Nevermore
"read this quickly and thought you meant you had engaged in sexual acts with them."
Really enjoyed Chroma back in the day. Their self titled actually had a few good songs on it too.
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