ARCADEA PREMIERES NEW SONG “INFINITE END”;
DEBUT ALBUM OUT JUNE 16TH ON RELAPSE RECORDS
The cosmic synth/psych collective known as Arcadea has premiered a new song called “Infinite End” today. The song is found on the band’s debut, self-titled album that’s set for release on June 16th via Relapse Records. The record is available now for pre-order at http://bit.ly/Arcadea.
Arcadea consists of three cosmic forces, Brann Dailor (Mastodon) on vocals/drums, Core Atoms (Zruda) on keys/vocals/samples and Raheem Amlani (Withered) on keys/vocals, whose tales of space travel and galactic battles are chronicled on 10 prophetic songs.
The trio utilizes crushing drums and psychedelic synth to tell the story of a future 5 billion years from now where galaxies have collided, leaving catastrophic disorder in its wake as war is waged among gods and planets, and Arcadea reign supreme as the last surviving space wizards since the final extinction.
1. Army of Electrons
2. Gas Giant
3. Rings of Saturn
4. Neptune Moons
5. Infinite End
7. Motion of Planets
8. The Pull of Invisible Strings
9. Through The Eye of Pisces
10. Worlds Can Go On
11. Magnificent Facade