Wednesday, May 7, 2014

HUSH. + Invisible Oranges

Invisible Oranges has premiered HUSH.'s "Solus," the opening track off the band's debut full-length, Unexist.

Invisible Oranges editor Ian Chainey writes, "HUSH. are often compared to the canny mind-rewirers in Neurosis, particularly their Times of Grace. Indeed, Unexist operates similarly: it takes extremes of volume-as-texture and rockets the respective decibels at the others in a game of post-metal chicken. The crash begets new forms... Times of Grace is a touchstone, sure, but so are bands like Bloodlet. HUSH. is punker than most epic post- peers. The punk gene is still evident, not muted by years of splicing. It gives Unexist a sorely needed immediacy..."

From Albany, NY, HUSH. includes former and current members of From Ashes Rise, Self Defense Family, and Endicott.

The debut album, Unexist, was mixed by Kowloon Walled City frontman Scott Evans (Old Man Gloom, Ladder Devils) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Nails, Tragedy). It is set for a June 24th release via the band.

American Aftermath recently debuted "Eater of All Things," another track off the album.