Tag Archives: instrumental
Bethel has released their first instrumental album ‘Without Words’ with reimaginings of hit singles ‘God I Look to You’, ‘Come To Me’ and ‘I Will Exalt’. Here is the review
A fellow IVM reader submitted this news and I thought it was interesting. Randy Torres (Ex-Project 86) has been working on some new music under the name “Celebrated Heroes” which appears to be mostly instrumental. You can check out his new music here. It sounds pretty cool. [Thanks Dave]
The Sleep Design (John Ball) has released their new ep titled “Kings” for free download at the Come & Live site. Come & Live also have some other recent free downloads available from artists like Everett, Solid Rock, and The Anchor Fellowship. Check out those downloads and more right here.
Columbus Ohio’s instrumental post-rock band The End Of The Ocean came out with a new Ep entitled In Excelsis a few weeks ago. Just like their last record Pacific·Atlantic, In Excelsis takes you on the most wonder journey your imagination can create. You can stream the EP below or buy it here for $5.
Check out the review for This Patch of Sky’s second EP, Newly Risen, How Brightly You Shine.
Revival Hymns’ album “Feathers” is out now! Pick it up wherever albums are sold! Solid five piece from Finland making us Americans look amatuer :)
Blood And Ink Records have recently signed Virginia’s 3-piece post-hardcore group Comrades. Blood & Ink have released a compilation of Comrades songs from between 2010-2011 titled “Collections: 2010-2011″ that you can check out here.
I recently completed an email interview with the band, so take a second and get to know Comrades:
First tell us a little background on the band, who you guys are, where
are you based out of, what style of music do you guys play?
We are based…
Ryan Parrish (hopesfall, Celebrity), Patrick Copeland (Everett, The Glorious Unseen) and Ryan Burleson (Embraced) are on the heels of releasing their first EP under the moniker, Southern.
Southern came together in 2010 when long-time friends, Ryan Parrish (Hopesfall, Celebrity), Ryan Burleson (Embraced) and Patrick Copeland (Everett, The Glorious Unseen) sat down with a mission to create passive, instrumental music that represented themselves and their roots. With each person having strong southern roots and currently residing in Nashville, the name,…
This Patch of Sky play a heavier brand of instrumental post-rock than most groups these days, bringing in elements of Thrice, Beloved, and mewithoutYou.