Russian Circles drop new track

2022-06-19 by Senetrix666 | 32 Comments
Post metallers Russian Circles have released their first single, Conduit, off their upcoming LP Gnosis. The album is scheduled to drop August 19 on Sargent House Records.



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RogueNine
June 19th 2022
5034 Comments


Unfortunately it's kinda run of the mill for them. Sounds like something that would have been on Blood Year.

figure337
June 19th 2022
860 Comments


Rules pretty hard.

Cormano
June 19th 2022
3506 Comments


I sleep

VlacDrac
June 19th 2022
1228 Comments


@RougueNine I think that's the problem with Russian Circles' music, it can be quite samey.

figure337
June 19th 2022
860 Comments


But riffs tho

VlacDrac
June 19th 2022
1228 Comments


They are great musicians and I like their music, however, sometimes I have to be in the right mindset to appreciate it in its fullest.

ConcubinaryCode
June 19th 2022
6247 Comments


I generally love these guys but haven't really liked them since memorial

Lichtbringer
June 20th 2022
727 Comments


A darker and heavier tune than most of theirs. Love it.

efp123
June 20th 2022
59 Comments


I dig, but yeah they’ve definitely become less creative over time it seems. Still looking forward to the new album though

GhostShelter
June 20th 2022
219 Comments


They should introduce a vocalist to this band.

North0House2
June 20th 2022
6121 Comments


*yawn*

FearThyEvil
June 20th 2022
17669 Comments


"They are great musicians and I like their music, however, sometimes I have to be in the right mindset to appreciate it in its fullest."

I feel that way with practically all purely instrumental bands. The vocals just hook you in on many other groups and will stick with you. That being said, this was a pretty great track even if it's pretty much by the numbers RC at this point.

Brinner
June 20th 2022
98 Comments


I've gone cold on RC for a good while, but this was pretty sick tbh. Nice track.

Odal
June 20th 2022
1158 Comments


RC are incredibly consistent. I think it's been a while since they've truly sounded inspired, but you can always count on a good album from them. It's usually around the same quality and your reaction to it, at least in my case, is based more on what mood you are in than the quality being in dispute. Not really loving this song on first blush, but I've felt similarly for most of their lead singles and usually end up digging. Looking forward to this

DadKungFu
June 20th 2022
1553 Comments


jsut reunite Botch already FUCK

autoNamed
June 20th 2022
195 Comments


Never been able to get into any instrumental post rock stuff, it always bored me to tears. This is equally boring because it never goes anywhere despite being heavier. It doesn't even have that rising emotional crescendo that has always been the main trope of the genre.

cloakanddagger
June 20th 2022
546 Comments


Russian Circles and Monuments collab when

VlacDrac
June 21st 2022
1228 Comments


@DadKungFu nah, Even though Dave keeps on posting Botch covers to his IG account, that will NEVER happen.

VlacDrac
June 21st 2022
1228 Comments


Also wished Isis reunited.

VlacDrac
June 21st 2022
1228 Comments


@autoNamed Crescendocore Post-Rock is so lame and dated.

Purpl3Spartan
June 21st 2022
4090 Comments


but have you heard of japanese triangles?

Dewinged
Staff Reviewer
June 21st 2022
28294 Comments


Pretty sure they have used that first riff before.

Digging: Autumn's Grey Solace - Within the Depths of a Darkened Forest

Aluktodolo
June 21st 2022
332 Comments


“It doesn't even have that rising emotional crescendo that has always been the main trope of the genre.”

Yes and that’s a good thing.

I feel like there’s the framework of a good track here but I’d honestly prefer them to start throwing more at the wall at this point. Their bridges used to take the music in a different direction but these days it’s just minor tinkering with the main riff.

momentzuhclarity
June 21st 2022
1371 Comments


They should introduce a vocalist to this band. [2]

VlacDrac
June 21st 2022
1228 Comments


No need to introduce a voalist at this point in their careers, I just wished they experimented more woth their sound, it seems that they have grown accustomed to their signature Russian Circles' sound.

PortalofPerfection
June 21st 2022
2711 Comments


Solid. Peeps here hated Blood Year but I loved it and this sounds more similar to that then anything else in their catalog so I'm pretty stoked.

Digging: Swampborn - Beyond Ratio

momentzuhclarity
June 21st 2022
1371 Comments


ive never listened to this band but when i put it on, i was bored as fuck. it literally sounds like an instrumental version of a song that had vocals first and was later released.

FearThyEvil
June 22nd 2022
17669 Comments


"Solid. Peeps here hated Blood Year but I loved it and this sounds more similar to that then anything else in their catalog so I'm pretty stoked."

I'm in the same vein, I thought Blood Year was really good

XingKing
June 22nd 2022
15668 Comments


Sounds like a Blood Year b-side

DocBass
June 25th 2022
34 Comments


Good song. Exactly what I like to hear from Russian Circles. It gives me hope for the album.

Similar to Quartered from Blood Year, which was already the best song of the record.

twlight
June 25th 2022
6406 Comments


pretty cool riff.. doesnt really feel like a song

VlacDrac
June 30th 2022
1228 Comments


It truly is quite simplistic of a song.



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