Closure In Moscow Album Dated

2014-03-27 by BroManCaptainGuySirDylan | 38 Comments
In what is arguably the most inspired album announcement video ever, Aussie rockers Closure In Moscow have revealed that the release date for their highly anticipated (and highly delayed) second album will be on May 9th.


Pre-order the album here: http://closureinmoscow.bigcartel.com

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Calc
March 27th 2014
12568 Comments


fuckin finally dam.

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captaincrunch11
March 27th 2014
1252 Comments


YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

OwMySnauze
March 27th 2014
1231 Comments


Won't be as good as their EP most likely

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ShitsofRain
March 27th 2014
6386 Comments


finally yes

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Xenophanes
Staff Reviewer
March 27th 2014
10705 Comments


I think I stopped looking forward to this three years ago.

Five years and four days after their last record

silentstar
March 27th 2014
2308 Comments


weird, I thought this was already released

henryChinaski
March 27th 2014
2979 Comments


I wasn't so impressed with the new songs they put out. Still looking forward to this.

tempest--
March 27th 2014
15451 Comments


this is the best

Dolving999
March 27th 2014
1686 Comments


Wow, I had almost forgotten about these guys.

Kalopsia
March 27th 2014
942 Comments


jesus about damn time. i preordered this so long ago, hope they've been enjoying my money

Azn.
March 27th 2014
5618 Comments


finally

TheFantasticDangler
March 27th 2014
1214 Comments


They dropped all post-hardcore influence and picked up this 70s groove influence, thereby removing all excitement from me for this album.

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DatBeefPudding
March 27th 2014
1387 Comments


i really enjoyed their EP and a few songs from temple... i'll check this out

oldsoul
March 27th 2014
110 Comments


Still pumped for it

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Calc
March 27th 2014
12568 Comments


will disappoint.

Fieryfenderz
March 27th 2014
1518 Comments


Dated

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iGuter
March 27th 2014
362 Comments


regardless of the hype, this was a really clever teaser.

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Azn.
March 27th 2014
5618 Comments


im so ready for this album

Rowan5215
March 27th 2014
29289 Comments


Hahhaah amazing teaser

wacknizzle
March 27th 2014
13734 Comments


Bout damn time, still not sure about their new sound though

VheissuCrisis
Staff Reviewer
March 27th 2014
1151 Comments


Yesssss hope its as good as Temple

Nikkolae
March 27th 2014
4906 Comments


no posthardcore no fun ):

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Fantas
March 27th 2014
66 Comments


That video summed me up to a T

MrMatt767
March 27th 2014
359 Comments


So good

kmace
March 27th 2014
159 Comments


That video was hilarious. Not sure what to expect from the album but I enjoyed Technochrist so looking forward to this.

silentstar
March 27th 2014
2308 Comments


video inspired me today

Nomos
March 28th 2014
886 Comments


I keep forgetting about these guys until people comment on my video. I uploaded Sweetheart on YouTube years ago and somehow it's the most viewed one for that song....goddamn it's been a long wait.

AmericnZero02
March 28th 2014
3390 Comments


FINALLY. hope it's worth the wait

renegadestrings
March 28th 2014
1476 Comments


"Tell your newborn child to get back in there..."

fine. i'll buy

MuhNamesTyler
March 28th 2014
4912 Comments


Nice vid. New album won't be as good but will probs open up a lot of doors for them unless it sucks cause then people will think it's stupid

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Azn.
March 28th 2014
5618 Comments


technochrist and its video were both really good imo

swordsforhands
March 28th 2014
450 Comments


I love both their old sound on Penance/Patience and First Temple as well as the new things they're doing with the groovier jamband-esque influence.

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silentstar
March 28th 2014
2308 Comments


I think this is a natural progression - Penance was full on post-hardcore, First Temple merged that style with some jazz + alternative sounds and now this album is expanding on that sound while getting rid of the post-hardcore

Kalopsia
March 28th 2014
942 Comments


i'll miss seeing where they could've gone with the posthardcore elements, but fuck if everything i've heard for this album so far isn't excellent.

let's all just take some lsd and screw to this album

Scoot
March 28th 2014
18033 Comments


will sound nothing like first temple so don't care

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Kalopsia
March 28th 2014
942 Comments


that's the spirit

Phideaux
March 28th 2014
1656 Comments


Fucking forgot about this band.

Kalopsia
March 28th 2014
942 Comments


this band and Twelve Foot Ninja, love their sense of humor



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