May 16: From Exile / Spirits and Mechizedek Children / Dark Room

by on May.06, 2014, under Uncategorized

Shooting a video for our new record here!
Prints available night of show
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by on Jun.23, 2013, under Uncategorized

first live show in 6 months … we have been deep in studio zone in lieu of playing as often… The record is progressing, hopefully have some media to upload soon

we go on 9:30

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Ohmpark fest : January 12th at the Earl and 529

by on Dec.30, 2012, under Uncategorized

We will be playing the Earl on the evening of January 12th and hope to see everyone there. This is an exciting time, as we have been in Florida this week, (finally) recording drums for our follow up to 2009′s Monolith. New stuff is bound to find its way into our set.

We are very happy to be playing this incredible line up- some of the best Atlanta can offer:

More details on the new record soon…

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IndieATL Presents: Noot D’ Noot, From Exile, Grand Prize Winners from Last Year, Brother Hawk, and Adam DeLoach

by on Nov.27, 2012, under Uncategorized

Our last show before going into the studio to record drums for our next full length! December 6th at Star Bar and FREE

IndieATL Presents: Noot D’ Noot, From Exile, Grand Prize Winners from Last Year, Brother Hawk, and Adam DeLoach


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IndieATL live studio sessions: New song “Martyr’s Gambit” video and free download

by on Oct.01, 2012, under Uncategorized

This track will be on our upcoming 2013 release.

The new record is by far our most focused and ‘true-to-character’ work in that we have drawn so much from our 90s influences. Recording Monolith was particularly cathartic in that we ‘went there’. I had something to prove; something left over from my younger years listening to progressive orchestrations like on a Dream Theater record… Our new material, however, is much more honest to our vision. We have honed further into our character as a band and been able to take the thickly melodic orchestration style of Monolith and turn it into something even bigger and more grandiose… Progressive metal or rock sometimes has a sad way of feeling like an elite clique of “by the fans for the fans” music. I wanted to avoid the “pissing contest” that we see with metal records these days; the kind of “who can out meshuggah meshuggah” arms race… Something bigger than the shredding but still equally complex and intricate of an arrangement on every level of the experience; from a birds eye album view downward to the smallest detail.

I’d also like to personally thank everyone who has kept interest in us: Through member changes, distractions in the form of both basic life antics as well as recording projects… John Douglass and I have been working on producing and mixing this awesome, quirky garage pop band called Hello Ocho (that record should be finished and out in about a month), as well as bit of session work for Audio Hammer Studios.

These experiences, I believe, with out a doubt guarantees nothing but our best work on the next From Exile recording.


Click here to download the track for free:

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