Portuguese prog band Shell From Oceanic have released a new single entitled “Intermittent”. The song is taken from the band’s new album “”How to Let Go” due to be released on June 29, 2018.
You can listen to it below.
About “How to Let Go”
“How To Let Go” is a free-thinking, non-conceptual album, using various approaches and different genres to convey moods, situations, or simply musical thoughts by themselves. The album delivers dense and synth-infused performances with emphasis on the contrast between tense and expansive passages, deepening the band’s interest in electronic and minimal music while still briefly visiting heavier and abrasive sections. It’s a short and condensed album that is meant to merge the group’s sound and influences through their similarities and differences.
Artwork by AALTAR (Daniel Martins) http://www.facebook.com/aaltarsystem
Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music.
Previously, the band released a single called “Dancing In Circles”. You can listen to it below.
Shell from Oceanic is a modern prog quartet from Porto, Portugal. Founded in 2010, the group is formed by César Ramos (guitar), Cláudio Frank (guitar), Luís Correia (bass), and Luís Neto (drums/producer). The group’s studio debut, Ambivalence, was released in late 2014. Set on a progressive metal foundation carefully combined with jazz fusion and electronic elements, the album was met with a warm reception from a wide array of musical fronts.
Following a hiatus, the band started writing their second full length release. Shifting from the more focused sonority of its predecessor, “How To Let Go” is a short but full-bodied non-conceptual album, molded by various approaches and different genres, borrowing more from electronic and minimal music. A concise work aiming to reflect no particularly defined stream of thought, bordering on a mesh of the band’s sound and influences.
About Shell From Oceanic