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THIS WILL DESTROY YOU - New Surprise Album Released And Available For Streaming In Full

Los Angeles based post-rockers This Will Destroy You have released like a surprise new album! New Others Part Two is the unexpected sixth studio album from instrumental/post-rock heroes This Will Destroy You. The stunning sequel to New Others Part One, issued on 28th September via Dark Operative, was again captured by John Congleton, the Grammy award-winning producer responsible for the sound of the band's wildly popular self-titled sophomore album of ten years ago. Now comprised of core members Jeremy Galindo and Christopher King with the addition of drummer Robi Gonzalez, New Others Part Two continues in the band's new tradition of a familiar, but evolved ethos wherein the memorable melodic component present in their early work once again soars atop progressive sonic territories for the band and listener alike. The entire album is available for streaming and you can hear it in the player below.
In conjunction with the release of New Others Part Two, This Will Destroy You will kick off their anticipated North American headlining tour in Phoenix, Arizona. The journey will make its way through over two dozen cities upon its conclusion on 17th November in San Diego, California. Support will be provided by a host of eclectic performers including Arizona rock unit Rotting Yellow, Illinois-based post-industrial sorcerer Steve Hauschildt, Maryland dark ambient soloist Carl Gene, renowned New York cellist Clarice Jensen, and Oregon post-rock ensemble This Patch Of Sky on select dates. In December, the band will bring their odes to Asia for a final week-long trek to close out the year. Link