Science Of Silence Records has always put forth¬†some damn good records when it comes to the more post-rock/metal inspired stuff out there today. We’ve definitely seen them pop up on Sly a few times with various bands (Junius, Set and Setting, and If These Trees Could Talk).
One of their latest records is from a band called Pray For Sound out of Boston, MA. Entitled¬†Dreamer, this record saw mastering done by¬†Nick Zampiello (Caspian, Pelican) while mixing was handled by a few of the band members. With a sound that¬†holds true to the ethereal elements of post-rock while also pushing aggressively forward… I can’t help but be entirely thankful to have stumbled across this one. If you’re into that post-rock delicacy with a heavy grip… this one’s most definitely for you.¬†Each track provides a depth that will push you onto the next… only wanting more as the end draws near.
With influences that include Explosions In The Sky and Porcupine Tree… this records stands solid as an eclectic endeavor that proves a meandering trek all the way through. Absolutely check this record out.
PRE-ORDER: Pray For Sound - "Dreamer" LP SOS008
The seven song album clocks in at just over 33 minutes and features violin, viola and vocals, in addition to the band‚Äôs traditional guitar, bass and drums. With influences such as Explosions In The Sky & Porcupine Tree, Pray For Sound have crafted an eclectic set of songs each representing a different dream state that express a roller coaster of emotions. With mixing done by band members Chris LaRocque & Steve Aliperta and mastering by Nick Zampiello (Caspian, Pelican) at New Alliance East, Dreamer is a melodic journey that all fans of music will enjoy.
*** ALL VINYL PURCHASES WILL RECEIVE A DOWNLOAD OF "DREAMER" AND "DREAMIXER" FOR FREE WITH YOUR ORDER ***
White - 200
Clear w/ Purple Swirl - 150
Clear w/ Magenta Swirl - 150
Test Press (Black) - 15 ...SOLD OUT
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive