Scale The Summit Album Trailer
2013-04-23 by RedTravis713 | 28 Comments
A six-minute video featuring snippets of all 10 tracks from the new Scale the Summit album, “The Migration,” can now be viewed on YouTube.

Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55YtTr882Kk

“The Migration” will be released June 11th via Prosthetic Records on digital download, CD (the booklet for which folds out into a large poster featuring expanded artwork by cover illustrator Duncan Storr), and 180-gram LP formats. The LP — available on clear vinyl or a limited-edition, mail-order exclusive clear vinyl with blue haze — includes a download card and a gatefold poster also featuring expanded artwork.
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nononsense
April 23rd 2013
3429 Comments


Sweet.

Cipieron
April 23rd 2013
3508 Comments


sploosh

J0ckstrapsFTW
April 23rd 2013
3658 Comments


Jizzjizzjizzjizz

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DamnVanne
April 23rd 2013
1793 Comments


"Sploosh" is absolutely correct. I got one first 100 vinyls, with the white/blue haze SUP SPUT??!

Cipieron
April 24th 2013
3508 Comments


^ same here, glad i didn't wait seeing as how fast they sold out.

CaptainDooRight
April 24th 2013
30249 Comments


Sounds more technically focused than emotional and for that reason, as usual, I prolly won't dig. However, I will give it a proper listen when it comes out as these snippets don't really do much but based on these I'm honestly not that excited.

KINGSTATICTHETHIRD
April 24th 2013
613 Comments


Sounds more technically focused than emotional and for that reason, as usual, I prolly won't dig. [2]

Durrzo
April 24th 2013
1130 Comments


Sounds more technically focused than emotional and for that reason, as usual, I prolly won't dig. However, I will give it a proper listen when it comes out as these snippets don't really do much but based on these I'm honestly not that excited.

This is exactly how I feel. This just sounds like a bunch of noodling. Sometimes I don't mind when its's done well but I think I'll be bored with this album after a spin or two.

Aspenshadow
April 24th 2013
313 Comments


atlas novus sounds really cool

TheLodge
April 24th 2013
40 Comments


Sounds a bit like the fast shredding and noodling of Carving merged with the more mature songwriting of The Collective. We'll see.

NeoSpaz
April 24th 2013
4519 Comments


Hmm.

DegausserGuernica24
April 24th 2013
1134 Comments


Excited for Atlas Novus and Narrow Salient.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2013
10362 Comments


"The Olive Tree" is the album's best song =]

kingjulian
April 24th 2013
1298 Comments


Stoked.

Makemebad35
April 24th 2013
763 Comments


swag baby

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2013
2029 Comments


I need a paycheck sooner so I can get this on vinyl along with the new Streetlight...

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JS19
April 24th 2013
4372 Comments


Why do people like this band so much? Just sounds like pointless technical wanking. Where's the musical bits of the music?

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2013
10362 Comments


A lot of this album is very, very musical. Just keep your eyes peeled, JS

JS19
April 24th 2013
4372 Comments


I'll definitely give it a try because they should be the perfect band for me, but I couldn't really get into their last one either

Drummerboy123
April 24th 2013
2418 Comments


Atlas Novus sounds bitchin'.

Can't wait for this!

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AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2013
2029 Comments


Holy crap. This sounds great. I don't know why I ever doubted them. THANK YOU STS!

itchy
April 26th 2013
244 Comments


Hearing disjointed snippets of songs from an album will most certainly sound less musical than hearing entire songs or the record as a whole. Imagine hearing a 20 second clip of Black Hills from The Collective and then chastising it for sounding like chugging or noodling. That would just be ridiculous.

I guess STS's music just isn't the kind that should be presented in clips. Their magic sauce is based around developing soundscapes that take shape over the course of a song and taking listeners on an aural journey. That's why they embrace the "Adventure Metal" descriptors.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 26th 2013
10362 Comments


Itchy brings good points to the table!

itchy
April 26th 2013
244 Comments


It's what I do, mate!

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 26th 2013
10362 Comments


Do you have a coworker titled Scratchy?

MikeC26
April 26th 2013
3202 Comments


Sweeeeeeeet

Ehngste
April 27th 2013
23 Comments


da bomb

itchy
April 27th 2013
244 Comments


@Omaha nah, I work alone.



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