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The Saddest Landscape set to release new album, EP

Friday, August 28, 2015 10:53 AM PT

Official press release:

Topshelf Records is pleased to announce two new releases from The Saddest Landscape. The label will release the band's new LP, Darkness Forgives, on October 23. The LP will be preceded by the Souls Worth Saving 7" containing one album track and one non-album track. The 7" is officially out September 25 and is available for Pre-Order now.

You can hear the first single from Darkness Forgives and 7" A-Side right now. "Souls Worth Saving" is streaming exclusively on The AV Club.

The Saddest Landscape is a long-running post hardcore act from the North Eastern United Sates. With passionate vocals and pummeling musical soundscapes, the band never relents nor wavers as they drag you through a maelstrom of emotion.

Since forming more than a decade ago in 2002, the band has accumulated an extensive discography of over 25 releases that include seminal splits with scene-favorites like Funeral Diner and Trophy Scars. After a brief respite in 2006 the band reconvened for a few European dates in 2008 which was followed by a self-released vinyl discography (All Is Apologized For. All Is Forgiven.) and the full-length You Will Not Survive on Panic Records.

Despite its members living hundreds of miles apart, time and distance has only enhanced The Saddest Landscape's aggressive vitriol and drive. You Will Not Survive was followed up by splits with Pianos Become the Teeth and We Were Skeletons, 2012's After The Lights LP, 2013's Exit Wounded EP, a collaborative split release with label mates and friends My Fictions, and now- Darkness Forgives- the band's 5th studio LP recorded over the summer of 2015 by Defeater's Jay Maas.

Darkness Forgives track listing:

01. Once We Were Immortal
02. Souls Worth Saving
03. 'Til Our Ears Bleed
04. Trimmed and Burning
05. You Never Asked
06. All Grace Intact
07. The Fire Between Heartbeats
08. Archival
09. A Heaven of Amplifiers
10. Admitting You're Alive

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