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Dust & Disquiet

by Caspian

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Michael Reilly
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Michael Reilly Solid post-rock sounds from Caspian, with much diversity in the sonic variety to please the ears and awake the mind. There's tranquility and urgency in this album, with great production bringing forth plenty of texture and emotion. Favorite track: Arcs of Command.
TONY ZAGORAIOS The greatest pleasure of all..is finding great music treasures as that one..Truly unique and one my favorites for this year. How the music progress through the whole album is amazing... Favorite track: Arcs of Command.
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greengreenthursday In times when the "instrumental-rock" genre has become chronically dull, Caspian is one of few bands to come up with interesting ideas. With this output, the've once again confirmed their relevancy. Favorite track: Dust & Disquiet.
Mike Drakoulelis
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Mike Drakoulelis Caspian come forth again with a magnificent album, well worth of their reputation. Favorite track: Ríoseco.
Joshua McKinley
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Joshua McKinley Bruh. Caspian has done it again. This album has so much growth on it that it should be brought to a doctor for a second opinion. This band and its members are incredible and deserve every success that is coming to them. Favorite track: Echo and Abyss.
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Ríoseco 07:52
Run Dry 04:35
Equal Night 01:56
Darkfield 06:36


Beverly, MA atmospheric rock band Caspian is thrilled to announce Dust & Disquiet, a brand new studio LP which is set for release on September 25th, 2015 via Hobbledehoy in AUS/NZ (Triple Crown US and Big Scary Monsters UK/Europe). Dust & Disquiet is the band’s fourth full-length album and the follow up to 2012’s stellar Waking Season. Recorded at Q Division Studios in Somerville, Massachusetts, Caspian once again tapped Matt Bayles (Isis, Cursive, Screaming Females, The Sword) to produce and mix.

On Dust & Disquiet, Caspian again refuses to be confined by genre. Listeners will find those familiar intricately textured soundscapes that the band has become known for on tracks like “Sad Heart of Mine,” “Arcs of Command” and the title track, “Dust & Disquiet.” In the center of the album, a track like “Run Dry” will surprise listeners and stands alone in the band’s discography as a stark, acoustic ballad with vocals from guitarist Calvin Joss at the forefront. Elsewhere, Caspian forays into unexpected territory: “Ríoseco” explores the wilder, steel-eyed side of country, and “Aeternum Vale” ventures into the classical realm.


released September 25, 2015


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