Knifeworld Premiere New Track
2014-06-22 by Finbar | 3 Comments

Knifeworld, described by The Quietus as a "bubblegum prog" eight-piece collective led by Cardiacs and Gong man Kabus Torabi, have released a new track via that website entitled Destroy The World We Love from their second album, The Unravelling which was announced along with a signing to InsideOut records last month. The album will be released 21st July.

The track and more information are here: http://thequietus.com/articles/15557-knifeworld-destroy-the-world-we-love

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Mad.
June 22nd 2014

3587 Comments


Pretty weird but cool stuff, LP should be interesting

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Sauce
June 22nd 2014

666 Comments


this is sweet.

Mad.
June 23rd 2014

3587 Comments


I'm surprised no-one's rated these guys here, they have quite a cult following



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