Preorder new Shpongle album

2013-06-06 by Acanthus | 20 Comments
Psychedelic act Shpongle have begun accepting pre-orders for their new album, Museum Of Consciousness.

Pre-orders come in various formats (both digital and purist), and will arrive/be able to be downloaded July 29th. Fans can also sign up for the bands newsletter and receive a free track, 'Brain In A Fish Tank', via email.

The pre-order link as well as a Youtube upload of the free track can be found below:
http://shpongle.com/museumofconsciousness/us/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkxBjKM_b44

Tagged: Shpongle

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
June 5th 2013
31869 Comments


Put me down for one purist please

Acanthus
June 5th 2013
9559 Comments


Haha I've still not jumped to vinyl yet, but these guys would be on my list of one's to grab if I was.

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
June 5th 2013
10451 Comments


Shpumped

bigguytoo9
June 6th 2013
284 Comments


this should be good, cant wait

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FranzSchubert
June 6th 2013
833 Comments


Yeah i might get vinyl for this. AWESOME.

Treeman
June 6th 2013
1263 Comments


yeeeeessssss

baldymort
June 6th 2013
791 Comments


fuck oath aoty

SabertoothMonocle
June 6th 2013
493 Comments


Just saw Simon at Red Rocks. New tracks have lots of plucky guitar

clercqie
June 6th 2013
6515 Comments


Track is pretty good.

TMobotron
June 6th 2013
7194 Comments


I fucking love these guys, can't wait.

Keyblade
June 6th 2013
16027 Comments


oh wow holy shit. this year has been amazing

ComfortablyDumb
June 6th 2013
395 Comments


That's fucking expensive for a double LP

Acanthus
June 6th 2013
9559 Comments


Not really IMO, but then again the bands worth it so I'm biased.

mindleviticus
June 6th 2013
8428 Comments


Could this year get any fucking better

YetAnotherBrick
June 6th 2013
4804 Comments


omg 2013 srsly

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TMobotron
June 6th 2013
7194 Comments


Yeah that's pretty fucking pricey for a double LP. The cover sounds pretty sweet but I'm sure you're paying extra for that.

After shipping it ends up being $60 for me... I love these guys but fuck that.

Acanthus
June 6th 2013
9559 Comments


When I said it was worth it I hadn't checked out the confirmed (as of now) tracklist; seven songs sounds a bit weak for that price now I admit.

TMobotron
June 6th 2013
7194 Comments


Plus I just pre-ordered the new Zomby 33-track triple LP and it was $30, so by comparison it's kind of a lot.

I know Shpongle does long ass songs and I would definitely still be buying it if shipping was at all reasonable because these guys always deliver.

Acanthus
June 6th 2013
9559 Comments


Yeah I expect around 7min or so track lengths, best prices are at their shows though (CD wise that is, $10 for each last time I went).

foxblood
June 20th 2013
6797 Comments


that track is extremely promising and alb art is 10/10



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