New Seizures Single + Album

2019-08-14 by Mitchell D. W. CONTRIBUTOR | 32 Comments
After a near-six year gap, California metalcore heavyweights have announced plans for their upcoming third album. Titled Reverie of the Revolving Diamond, the record features 11 fresh tracks. Track three on the listing, "In a Valley of Twilit Meres," was released as a lead single.

Listen to "In a Valley of Twilit Meres" here:




Tracklist:
1. Mazarine
2. The Cycles Unnumbered
3. In a Valley of Twilit Meres
4. Toxophola (ft. Keith Barney)
5. The Ponds Have Dried Yet Still You Stare
6. Atollian (ft. Vernon Porter)
7. Of Indigo and Seven Crows
8. Severnaya
9. Bedlam Blues
10. On Saturnine Shores
11. Eru

Album pre-order bundles are available on the band's bandcamp page:
https://seizures.bandcamp.com/album/reverie-of-the-revolving-diamond

Reverie of the Revolving Diamond is currently scheduled for release on October 4th, 2019.

Tagged: Seizures

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MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9962 Comments


After a long time of teasing, the day is upon us. The second half of this year is rapidly becoming stacked. In the realm of metal, I'm looking forward to these guys, WRVTH, and then Insomnium, all of which will be releasing quite soon--sooner than you think.

And who knows what the underground might bring in the meantime?

Digging: WRVTH - No Rising Sun

ramon.
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
3278 Comments


probably the only record this year im excited for

botb
August 14th 2019
13176 Comments


I will definitely check this when it drops, liked their last full length. The whole jazz influence in heavy music is verrrrrrry hit or miss for me but I’ll give it a shot

MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9962 Comments


This is definitely an album to look forward to for anyone that gives a damn about heavy music. The fact that these guys have yet to blow up is kind of crazy considering how amazing The Sanity Universal was.

Nocte
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9939 Comments


Metalcore heavyweight?


MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9962 Comments


Mhmm. They kick ass harder than most.

Demon of the Fall
August 14th 2019
12010 Comments


I'll stick it firmly on the maybe pile, trending 'yes' but might be time dependent given when it's being released. Sounds interesting anyway.

Digging: Tropical Fuck Storm - Braindrops

Nocte
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9939 Comments


I mean, "great sounding band" seems more appropriate than the exaggerated "heavyweight"

MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9962 Comments


I'd recommend making time for this one, it'll be worth discussing.

@Nocte it's not an exaggeration if it's true ;)

Nocte
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9939 Comments


Okay.

Slex
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
7877 Comments


Can’t decide if I’m more excited for this or WRVTH

Digging: We Are Only Human Once - The Prettiest Boys in Town

MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9962 Comments


Well, one is coming much sooner!

Pikazilla
August 14th 2019
2372 Comments


I was going to dismiss this as one of those stupid plurals progcore bands (Volumes and the like), but this actually sounds pretty nice!

Space Jester
August 14th 2019
6996 Comments


That would’ve been very dumb of you because their previous album is one of the best metalcore albums this decade

cvlts
August 14th 2019
9617 Comments


lol bands just dont play this type of metalcore anymore

so stoked

Digging: Seizures - Reverie of the Revolving Diamond

FearThyEvil
August 14th 2019
16980 Comments


I legit think this year is one of the most stacked in music in a long time

Pikazilla
August 14th 2019
2372 Comments


That would’ve been very dumb of you because their previous album is one of the best metalcore albums this decade

Yeah, I know. Definitely checking that out.

Darius the Great
August 14th 2019
20745 Comments


WARNING: This video may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.

A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual images, including flashing lights or visual patterns. Even people who have no history of seizures or epilepsy may have an undiagnosed condition that can cause these "photosensitive epileptic seizures" while watching videos.

These seizures may have a variety of symptoms, including lightheadedness, altered vision, eye or face twitching, jerking or shaking of arms or legs, disorientation, confusion, or momentary loss of awareness. Seizures may also cause loss of consciousness or convulsions that can lead to injury from falling down or striking nearby objects.

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View in a well-lit room
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View with some distance from the image so that it fills less of one's field of vision
If you or any of your relatives have a history of seizures or epilepsy, it is recommended that you consult a doctor before viewing.

Scoot
August 14th 2019
19448 Comments


these guys are fucking massive

stoked for this

Digging: Tool - Fear Inoculum

calmrose
August 14th 2019
5136 Comments


AOTY incoming

Digging: Neutral Milk Hotel - On Avery Island

MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9962 Comments


Survey says: Yes.

clavier
Staff Reviewer
August 14th 2019
999 Comments


i'm just waiting to bust out the hyperbolic review

Digging: Friolento - Destroy All Bad Luck

MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 14th 2019
9962 Comments


The real question shouldn't be whether we can have incremental ratings, but rather if we can award a 6/5.

Space Jester
August 14th 2019
6996 Comments


Thank you lord and savior Adam Thomas for informing me of this band back when he dropped a review for The Sanity Universal

calmrose
August 14th 2019
5136 Comments


[2]

XingKing
August 16th 2019
14770 Comments


Holy hell, this rips.

SteakByrnes
August 16th 2019
15522 Comments


Song is solid

Digging: Windwaker - Empire

NewBallistics
August 16th 2019
876 Comments


And here I thought this year was gonna be dry of solid metalcore albums.

Single rips me to tears. ALL HAIL.

MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
August 16th 2019
9962 Comments


There have been excellent metalcore albums this year, but this will definitely be the first to make a case for year-end lists.

Son of Mr. Pain
August 16th 2019
24825 Comments


Fucking hyped

Space Jester
August 16th 2019
6996 Comments


It’s really amazing how effortlessly the track ebbs and flows between brutal and melodic all while maintaining that spacey atmosphere

Could this possibly top The Sanity Universal???

deathofasalesman
August 19th 2019
6302 Comments


YESSSSSSSSSSSS



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