Post-metal prog act INTRONAUT will release its fourth full-length album, "Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words With Tones)", in North America on March 19, 2013 via Century Media Records. Drums for the CD were recorded by producer John Haddad (EXHUMED, PHOBIA) and Derek Donley (BEREFT) handled recording for all other elements on the record. It was mixed by Josh Newell and artwork and layout will be done by David D'Andrea, who has worked with the band on previous albums.
INTRONAUT recently posted a rehearsal video, where they are practicing a new song that will be featured on "Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words With Tones)" . The footage can be seen below.
INTRONAUT's last studio album, "Valley Of Smoke", was met with vast critical acclaim and the band toured extensively in support of the album. In addition to landing a slot as direct support for TOOL, INTRONAUT toured with ANIMALS AS LEADERS, CYNIC, THE OCEAN, HELMET and more.
INTRONAUT is confirmed for next year's Roadburn festival in Holland and will be doing a full European tour around the event with THE ATLAS MOTH and CASTLE.
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