Dead Letter Circus stream new album

2013-08-02 by Coast | 29 Comments
Australian alt/prog rock outfit Dead Letter Circus are streaming their second album, The Catalyst Fire ahead of its August 9 release.

You can hear the album here:
http://themusic.com.au/news/all/2013/08/02/exclusive-stream-dead-letter-circus-new-album/

Tagged: Dead Letter Circus

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FearThyEvil
August 2nd 2013
15106 Comments


Going to listen to it tomorrow and I bet it'll be awesome.

Masochist
August 2nd 2013
8619 Comments


Stream only available in Australia.

heyadam
August 2nd 2013
1911 Comments


So stoked to listen! I'm tired as shit right now, but I'll definitely be listening first thing tomorrow. Really excited for this release

Drummerboy123
August 2nd 2013
2889 Comments


Yep. Sounds sick!

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baldymort
August 2nd 2013
901 Comments


damn this is so good


chemicalmarriage
August 2nd 2013
2834 Comments


damn can't stream it

Masochist
August 2nd 2013
8619 Comments


Sup, FTI...haven't seen you around here much, either.

Gard3n
August 2nd 2013
439 Comments


boring band [2]

kingsoby1
Emeritus
August 2nd 2013
4970 Comments


is this another rock band

MasBarHigeuoris21
August 2nd 2013
1757 Comments


boring band [3]

Saw them live a few years ago. They put on a very good show. To bad the music from their albums don't mimic what they're capable of live.



zuzek
August 2nd 2013
768 Comments


Australian exclusive stream.

FML I hate that kind of utter crap with a fierce intensity.

Alondite
August 2nd 2013
266 Comments


You can use a proxy to bypass the region lock.

heyadam
August 2nd 2013
1911 Comments


boring users [4]

NonApplicable
August 2nd 2013
2415 Comments


boring users [2]

PistolPete
August 2nd 2013
4283 Comments


have a feeling this is gonna suck ass

Faraudo
August 2nd 2013
1471 Comments


I'm glad to dissapoint you, but it's actually awesome.

Drummerboy123
August 2nd 2013
2889 Comments


Fuckin bangers all over this album!

silentstar
August 2nd 2013
2489 Comments


how does this compare to This Is The Warning?

do the songs have more of the single nature like Big/Reaction or more of the ambient tracks like Drum/Design?

Ecnalzen
August 2nd 2013
7069 Comments


Are they only selling this through their merch store? I have checked a couple retailers in the States and no one seems to have it in their system, and Amazon doesn't have a listing for it yet either.

Cipieron
August 2nd 2013
3508 Comments


yeah I haven't seen any US stores listing this yet.. i can only find it on JB HI FI or whatever it is

Faraudo
August 2nd 2013
1471 Comments


It's like Big-One Step and The Drum had a love child, I just finished it, it's an amazing record.

Masochist
August 2nd 2013
8619 Comments


"You can use a proxy to bypass the region lock."

I tried that on multiple proxies, but the applet wouldn't load properly. Any ideas/recommendations?

thespaceforthis
August 3rd 2013
518 Comments


I like this band. album is quite an accomplishment

PistolPete
August 3rd 2013
4283 Comments


I'm gonna have to listen to the full thing. My opinion of the first two songs they released were that they were painfully average but if people are this excited about it I guess we'll see...

Drummerboy123
August 3rd 2013
2889 Comments


"how does this compare to This Is The Warning?

do the songs have more of the single nature like Big/Reaction or more of the ambient tracks like
Drum/Design?"

There aren't any songs that are experimental all the way through. But the experimentation is kind of
spread out through the album. Kachina and I Am are probably the more "ambienty" tracks, but as I said,
each song kinda has it's own experimental vibe to it.

RollieQuibbs
August 3rd 2013
430 Comments


The first single "Wake Up" was a grower. 4 / 5
The second single ( I firgot the name ) 3.9 / 5

SitarHero
August 4th 2013
5919 Comments


I really want to like this band, but somehow...

Drpibb
August 4th 2013
150 Comments


if you liked this is the warning, there is very good reason to think you'll like this even more.

Coast
August 4th 2013
217 Comments


Very similar to their debut but not as immediate. See if it grows with time.

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