INTRONAUT To Release 'The Challenger' EP

Translation Loss has announced the release of California-based progressive/extreme music outfit INTRONAUT's new CD, "The Challenger". Due before the end of the year, the album will consist of three new tracks, a handful of live tracks and a remix, with a running time of over 40 minutes.

"The Challenger" was recorded at Shiva Studios with John Haddad, who previously worked with the band on "Void" and "Null".

"The Challenger" track listing:

01. The Challenger
02. Whittler Of Fortune
03. Deep Architecture
04. Gleamer (live)
05. Fault Lines (live)
06. Rise To The Midden (live)
07. Sores Wil Weep (live)
08. They (As In Them) (live)
09. Burning These Days (remix)

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Check out pictures from the recording studio at this location.

INTRONAUT will embark on a West Coast tour starting July 19.


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