INNER LANDSCAPE – French Post-Metal Collective Share Entire Debut Album “3H33” Via Heavy Blog Is Heavy

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French post-metal collective Inner Landscape today share their entire debut album “3H33”, ahead of the release date set for this Friday, May 17th via Klonosphere/Season Of Mist.

The album is now playing at Heavy Blog Is Heavy, who had this to say about the release “…instead of playing the stoner metal that’s been pouring out of that area of the world, they downtune things by channeling the kind of agile, complex, and encompassing technical post-metal that we’ve seen the likes of Intronaut and The Ocean playing.”

Listen to “3H33” in its entirety here.

If you missed it, watch the video directed by Joan Sabatier for the title track at this location

Influenced by bands such as IsisSumac and Intronaut, the Lyon-based quartet create crushingly heavy and atmospheric music that dovetails slow, thick riffs, melodic and introspective atmospheres that exude a deep sense of melancholy and truly possess the ability to conjure up powerful images in the mind of listeners. 

Six tracks in length, “3H33” explores the theme of familial disintegration, from the first cracks to the final break-up and sees Inner Landscape merging raw vocals, intricate and heavy riffs, and jazz-driven drums resulting in an authentic, organic and emotional sound that was masterfully recorded and mixed by Hervé Faivre’s (Improve Tone Studios) and mastered by Pierrick Noel and allowed the band to capture the rawness and authenticity of their live music. Pre-orders are now available here


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