Empty Space Orchestra debut album in May

Post-prog-noir-metal-space-jazz virtuosos Empty Space Orchestra announce album debut

Empty Space Orchestra certainly knows how to fill a room. The Bend, OR quintet of impeccable musicians crafts a symphonic, melodic sound that seamlessly weaves together elements of space rock, prog-metal, noir jazz, post-rock and afro-punk all in one massive blast of energy. Having built up a substantial following in the Pacific Northwest, the band will release their self-titled debut album in May and bring their genre-defying sound nationwide.

Check out the first two tracks from the album “Intergalactic Battle CruiserHERE and “El VientoHERE.

Their 9-song, 50-minute self-titled debut album is a hook-laden marriage of heft and harmony that veers far away from the navel-gazing jamming often associated with music of such explorative origins. Elements of The Mars Volta‘s most frenetic moments merge with soaring post-rock of Russian Circles, as well as hints of Deftones, Dub Trio, and lilting chamber pop all colliding in brilliant synergy from one song to the next.

Empty Space Orchestra‘s self-titled debut will be available everywhere on CD/Digital on May 10th.

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