News: UNTIL THE SKY DIES: The Year Zero Blueprint LP By Avant-Metal Duo Now Playing; Album Out Today Via Cimmerian Shade Recordings

 
The debut from UNTIL THE SKY DIESThe Year Zero Blueprint consists of expansive and diverse songs named only by sequential Roman Numerals. The tracks brim with bold audio exploration, with many elements of a wide range of genres converging seamlessly into a dystopian concept documenting mankind's rebuilding of society after an impending collapse. The Year Zero Blueprintwas recorded and engineered by Ryan Michalski at RPM Studios in Tampa Florida, and mastered by J. Stillings (Steel Hook Prostheses, Metaconqueror, Pharoid, Vermin) at Steel Hook Audio Mastering.
 
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UNTIL THE SKY DIESThe Year Zero Blueprint is out today through Cimmerian Shade Recordings on CD, LP limited to 300 hand-numbered copies, and all digital platforms; find CD preorders HERE, the LP HERE, and all formats at Bandcamp HERE.
 
UNTIL THE SKY DIES is the latest project of prolific musician Clint Listing (Grizzle, Long Winters Stare, As All Die, Broken Hands For Brilliant Minds, Black Depths Grey Waves), who here supplies vocals, guitars, bass, and effects, and is joined by Ryan Michalski (Cosmic Punch) who provides all lead guitar and drums. While employing a familiar mixture of ingredients from Listing's other projects, UNTIL THE SKY DIES stands alone when considering the forward-thinking way avant-garde metal, doom metal, post hardcore, along with industrial and electronic elements are combined to form a truly unique sound.
 
"I didn't know what to expect," No Clean Singing offered in a recent track debut, continuing, "They boggled my mind. Or maybe 'infected' is a better word than 'boggled'... It's got that familiar head-bobbing surf-rock drum rhythm (though slowed down for extra calamitous impact), but the beefy, distorted riffing has a ghoulish, night-dark atmosphere, and the lead-guitar harmonies are slithery and demented... the voices sound like monstrous cannibals gnawing bones and spitting acid caustic enough to etch glass." Svbterranean agrees, issuing, "UNTIL THE SKY DIES is an interesting project that draws influence from doom metal, post-hardcore and the avant-garde scenes and possesses its own odd and unique sonic character, which is self-evident in the group's forthcoming debut... lengthy, cacophonous doom crawls that spiral into unpredictable angular flourishes and groove-laden interludes that seem to parody rock instrumentation on the drop of a dime." Exclaim! Magazine's review includes, "The debut full-length from this two-man project dares to explore far-flung corners of both metal and beyond, incorporating influences from many a genre and genuinely earning itself the title of avant-garde... Taking a weird note from the likes of Devin Townsend, UNTIL THE SKY DIES seem to disregard the boundaries of genre, leaving us with a full-length of great dynamism..."
 
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