New God Is An Astronaut Album

2013-04-26 by Scoot | 39 Comments
Irish post-rock group God Is An Astronaut have announced a September release date for their new album, the title of which has not yet been released. This will be the band's first release since 2010.

https://www.facebook.com/godiaa?group_id=0

Tagged: God Is an Astronaut

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Skoj
April 26th 2013
1603 Comments


Excellent. Eagerly awaiting this.

ViralOblivion
April 26th 2013
7679 Comments


Nice

Drummerboy123
April 26th 2013
3021 Comments


Should be sweet. Expecting it to make my top 25 of the year.

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ADAMiscool55
April 26th 2013
79 Comments


cool their best is def aivaib their first record is pretty bad i hope they stay away from the electronics

cagedescending
April 26th 2013
4124 Comments


hope it's more inspired than the last one

Artuma
April 26th 2013
29183 Comments


hmm, not expecting too much from this. saw this band live in november and they weren't anything special even though i really like their music

AdolfChrist
April 26th 2013
13590 Comments


age of the fifth sun was boring, hope its better than that.

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OmairSh
April 26th 2013
14341 Comments


Will probably sound like every other album they've done bar their debut.

Shuyin
April 26th 2013
13065 Comments


grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!

ADAMiscool55
April 26th 2013
79 Comments


we need a new godspeed record though


BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO goes the crowd

MO
April 26th 2013
22049 Comments


nice

Sniff
April 26th 2013
3977 Comments


Gonna be a 3

tinathefatlard
April 26th 2013
1626 Comments


Weren't these guys butthurt about a less than stellar review that Dave posted on Sputnik's Facebook a while back?

ADAMiscool55
April 26th 2013
79 Comments


That's accurate, it will be a 3. Why? Well, because a few users on Sputnikmusic said so, motherfuckers.

AtomicWaste
Moderator
April 26th 2013
2722 Comments


I can dig it.

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foxblood
April 26th 2013
7589 Comments


legit, really hope it's better than their last two albums

Ignimbrite
April 26th 2013
6246 Comments


yay

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WeepingBanana
April 26th 2013
10469 Comments


hmm maybe they'll reach new heights of FUCKING BORING

pbass0
April 26th 2013
552 Comments


sweet

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Aids
April 26th 2013
24410 Comments


lol agreed with Weeping

Artuma
April 26th 2013
29183 Comments


band has been quite boring since their s/t agreed

Acrosstheshield13
April 26th 2013
797 Comments


hell yeah. about time!

DrMaximus
April 26th 2013
12412 Comments


"Gonna be a 3."

Agreed, 3/3.


Damon
April 26th 2013
257 Comments


Yeeesssssss

geasoftime
April 26th 2013
1138 Comments


2013 is the best year in music ever. This and Ulcerate's upcoming album really settle the issue. So many great bands have released albums this year, and there are so many to go.

ZilbelPing
April 27th 2013
6262 Comments


woo

henryChinaski
April 27th 2013
3895 Comments


Cool.

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ViralOblivion
April 27th 2013
7679 Comments


You guys are judging this so damn ealy there isn't even an album name yet....

Twelvetribes230
April 28th 2013
116 Comments


can't wait!

CrimsonLies
April 28th 2013
2578 Comments


Can't wait and can't believe I've hardly listened to these guys, will download the whole discog

KillingForGood
April 28th 2013
6 Comments


My expectations are not really that high, but well... we'll see how it goes.

JS19
April 28th 2013
6058 Comments


Please be at least slightly different than the last 3. band is really good when they try but I can't help feeling like I'm just buying the same album again and again and again

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Artuma
April 28th 2013
29183 Comments


yeah if you have heard AIVAIB you have pretty much heard everything you need from the band, i like their s/t pretty much tho

zaruyache
April 28th 2013
18096 Comments


Weren't these guys butthurt about a less than stellar review that Dave posted on Sputnik's Facebook a while back?

Which review is this?

blahblahblacksheep
April 28th 2013
6 Comments


Probably will keep an eye on this but not having too high of an expectation. Who knows, they might finally be having that change in sound we've all been waiting for, although considering the genre its not too hopeful.

ProjectFreak
April 29th 2013
2252 Comments


Band's always good for at least one great song per album. Here's to hoping they exceed that quota.

JS19
April 29th 2013
6058 Comments


'although considering the genre its not too hopeful'

Boring opinion. Stop spouting out cliches. Band is to blame not the genre.

Emyay
April 29th 2013
6280 Comments


I like to jam their first two at work, but the others are boring. I'll check this out though.

rapedbyelephants
May 6th 2013
294 Comments


cool




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