|Scale the Summit release song|
2013-05-27 by Jacob Royal STAFF | 30 Replies | 2244 Views
Instrumental progressive group Scale the Summit has released the second track from its upcoming release, The Migration. The song is called "Atlas Novus," and you can check it out in the following link:
oh em gee
Digging: Glass Empire - Cognitive Dissonance
I hate to be this guy, but this is old. I got really excited for a 3rd song, but I've heard this one like 25 times already. Shame, shame, shame
Digging: Vessels - Elliptic
yea i thought this was a 3rd song, this is really good though
Digging: Essence of Datum - Event Horizon
yea i thought this was a 3rd song, this is really good though 
Digging: Plini / Sithu Aye - I
Link is broke, it says http://https//
good song, but yeah not new sadly. uhg i want this soo bad.
that last minute there is amazing
Lol ya this isn't new but amazing song nonetheless
Digging: Erra - Augment
Well if you bitches had made a news article when it was released we wouldn't have a problem now, would we??
Digging: City Of Ifa - Self Titled
more like 'descent' into perfection
peeing myself in anticipation
who in the fuck bothers putting http:://www. whatever anymore
Digging: Barrow - Though I'm Alone
just copy/paste youtube.com/watch?v=Q0kUpcCSzn8 and it works fine
awesome. and yeah, now the colon is missing from the URL...
fuckin just use the one I posted
Anyways, this reminds me of Yes's Close to the Edge for some reason
great song, but yeah as everyone else stated, this ain't new.
Digging: Ghost Atlas - Gold Soul Coma: Vol. 1
Well shit, the song's a week old, oh no! I posted this because I'd prefer people to hear it late than to not hear it at all, so why don't we complain about important things instead?
I really like this song, but I do dislike the drastic change in pace about a minute through or so. It loses quite a bit of momentum. That's my only gripe, though.
Calm down Trebor, we understand how URLs work. The one in the article just isn't clickable, which is kind of the point of hyperlinks.
Yeah I haven't heard this song yet. Thanks for posting it
well this was a snooze
but it has bass!
Digging: Stereolab - Transient Random-Noise Bursts with Announcements
I appreciate the old news. I was wondering why no one had posted it here.