Closure In Moscow stream new song
2014-04-12 by Voltimand | 34 Comments

The Australian band are streaming the track 'Neoprene Byzantine' from their new album Pink Lemonade, which is due out May 9th.

The song is reminiscent of their debut album First Temple (2009), but with tons more funk, groove, and general wackiness.

Head on over here to check it out:
http://www.underthegunreview.net/2014/04/11/utg-premiere-closure-in-moscow-neoprene-byzantine/

Band Page: Closure in Moscow

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OwMySnauze
April 12th 2014
1002 Comments


Not feeling this at all. Probably gonna skip this.

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JaySpiral
April 12th 2014
753 Comments


MUCH better than the song they released a few months ago. Looking forward to Pink Lemonade.

Calc
April 12th 2014
12185 Comments


MUCH better than the song they released a few months ago. [2]

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baldymort
April 12th 2014
771 Comments


this is ridiculously awesome. can't wait to hear the whole album

baldymort
April 12th 2014
771 Comments


'the church of the technochrist' is awesome as well. love a band that changes shit up

VheissuCrisis
Contributing Reviewer
April 12th 2014
969 Comments


He's managed to sound even more like Cedric here.

MrMatt767
April 12th 2014
186 Comments


was good

Voltimand
April 12th 2014
34 Comments


Their post-hardcore sound will be missed by some for sure, but they've maintained elements of previous work and really
have grown as a band. Looking forward to getting my copy in the mail next month.

hortanz
April 12th 2014
162 Comments


lol VheissuCrisis I was gonna say the same thing

MuhNamesTyler
April 12th 2014
4030 Comments


Yeah blah blah blah I really do miss the phx sound but this is still awesome. Wished they do both haha

m4nny
April 12th 2014
37 Comments


we cedric bixler-zavala now

swordsforhands
April 12th 2014
406 Comments


This could become my favorite album by them. Absolutely loving this.

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Kalopsia
April 12th 2014
933 Comments


^ agree with you swords


i was crushed when i heard PL wasn't going to have the phx elements like FT did, but this and Technochrist really won me over.


this is gonna be my summer jam album i can already tell

iamSeraph
April 12th 2014
863 Comments


great tunes, the hopes are coming back for this one

AmericnZero02
April 12th 2014
3340 Comments


Groovy, but not as catchy as CiM's back catalog. I'll keep checkin back with them for new tunes...

wacknizzle
April 12th 2014
13196 Comments


It's okay, but nothing compared to their older material

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Futures
April 12th 2014
10599 Comments


pretty good

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henryChinaski
April 12th 2014
2752 Comments


Decent.

TheFantasticDangler
April 12th 2014
1157 Comments


these guys are so meh now

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Kalopsia
April 12th 2014
933 Comments


lol not even close brah

D41V30N
April 12th 2014
949 Comments


why is this band acting like they're the biggest shit on the planet everywhere?

DatBeefPudding
April 12th 2014
1311 Comments


how are they acting like they're the biggest shit? source please

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swordsforhands
April 13th 2014
406 Comments


source please [2]

BeeRyan
April 13th 2014
116 Comments


Pretty cool song. The band's antics are so hype, I love their attitude.

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Fallingfarbehind
April 13th 2014
29 Comments


this is the first song I've heard from this band, and this sounds like post hardcore to me what are you all complainin bout

Kalopsia
April 13th 2014
933 Comments


go listen to First Temple and get back to us

swordsforhands
April 13th 2014
406 Comments


Or Penance and the Patience, this is nowhere near phxc compared to that.

DatBeefPudding
April 13th 2014
1311 Comments


this is really not post hardcore.

they used to be in their EP and somewhat in First Temple. but this is a huge change for the bands sound.

i dig it though, i'll check out the album when it's released. could be good, or could be meh.

Fallingfarbehind
April 13th 2014
29 Comments


Listened to First Temple. Don't see how that being classified as post-hardcore means this isn't in any way. This song isn't even that different from older stuff imo but Doesn't really matter though, because regardless it's all good music from a rad band I never got into

Static
April 13th 2014
2010 Comments


ya this was actually pretty tight

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DatBeefPudding
April 13th 2014
1311 Comments


are you serious? you cant see how FT is pxhc yet this isn't?

maybe clean your ears...

Fallingfarbehind
April 14th 2014
29 Comments


i never said FT wasn't pxhc

Sauce
April 14th 2014
691 Comments


hey let's all argue about genres.

DatBeefPudding
April 14th 2014
1311 Comments


well we can agree that this band is rad so i'm good with that.

i still can't understand how you say this isn't much different from their older stuff though, i think it's a huge change.

@sauce whatever else would we do on sputnik? lol



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