Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Pyramids with Nadja: Release & Stream Album Today!!!

Release and Stream Debut Album Today on Hydra Head!

Pyramids with Nadja is a massive collaborative effort between Pyramids, Nadja and a number of otherwise established musicians. The instrumentation on this record might be described as an energized ambient, infused with an intelligent ear for avant-garde metal and an almost indiscernible adherence to a sort of pop sensibility. PwN successfully melds the still unparalleled compositional methodology developed in Pyramids' "s/t" album with Nadja's trademarked dirge-like shoegaze. All members of Pyramids (f. coloccia, m. dean, m. kraig, r. loren, d. william) and Nadja (Aidan Baker & Leah Buckereff) perform on all four tracks on the record.

Pyramids with Nadja also features: Simon Raymonde of Cocteau Twins and This Mortal Coil (performs bass on track one and four), Albin Julius of Der Blutharsch (performs vocals on track four), Chris Simpson of Mineral (performs vocals on track two), Colin Marston of Dysrhythmia and Behold the Arctopus (co-produced/engineered track one) and James Plotkin of Khanate, Khlyst, O.L.D. Phantomsmasher (mixed and mastered the entire album). And if that weren't enough Ulver and Lustmord remixed the track, "Into the Silent Waves," for a limited 12", to be released on Hydra Head early 2010.

Stream Pyramids with Nadja here!

Pyramids with Nadja Tracklisting:
1. Into the Silent Waves
2. Another War
3. The Sound of Ice and Grass
4. An Angel Was Heard to Cry Over the City of Rome


leeharvey43 said...

This needs to be on VINYL!

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Anonymous said...

why even bother releasing this on cd? waste of fuckin' plastic. release it on VINYL!!!

Anonymous said...

How does the pack of seeds affect customs for international orders?

Anonymous said...

Vinyl needed for sure. Track 3 sounds a lot like one of the remixes of echo of something lovely. awesome stuff

Anonymous said...

I streamed this and I agree, this should definitely be released on vinyl. It'd be a beautiful addition to my collection.