The Danish post-rock band The Seven Mile Journey is releasing their third album “Notes for the Synthesis” on March 12th 2011
The album further explores The Seven Mile Journey‘s musical approaches and concepts deeper than ever before, along with combining these with new ones. Through this the band creates new layers in their music and is intensifying and broadening the overall dimensions and expression in the songs, in the sound of The Seven Mile Journey, and in the new album as a whole.
The Seven Mile Journey’s new album “Notes for the Synthesis” is constructed of 6 unified tracks moving through gloomy and melancholic passages to intense and captivating soundscapes. Each track tells its own tale in the overall storyline, inviting the listener into the role of narrator and interpretor of the instrumental introverted musical journey.
The band took its current name in 1999 and recorded it ́s first demo cd “The Seven Mile Journey” in 2001. In 2006 the band released their debut album “The Journey Studies” followed by their second album “The metamorphosis Project” in 2008. These releases enabled The Seven Mile Journey to play concerts all over Europe including performances at the Roskilde Festival and at the Dunk Festival.
The album is highly recommended for listeners of Crippled Black Phoenix, Mogwai, Red Sparowes, Mooncake, Isis, Jesu, Alchest, Russian Circles, Kayo Dot, Cult of Luna, Neurosis, Nadja, Pelican, Explosions In The Sky, Hammock, Saxon Shore, This Will Destroy You, World’s End Girlfriend, Port-Royal, God Is an Astronaut, Godspeed You! Black Emperor.
Pre-orders already started and the album will be released on March 12, 2011. It will also be available on all the major music download stores like Itunes,Bandcamp, AmazonMP3, Napster and eMusic. The CD can be purchased from the Fluttery Records website.
Fluttery Records is an independent record label releasing Post-rock, Ambient, Experimental,Electronic, Modern Classical Music.