MINSK: New Song Posted Online
Chicago/Peoria, Illinois quartet MINSK has posted a new song, "Three Moons", on the band's MySpace page. The track comes off the group's forthcoming album, "With Echoes In The Movement Of Stone", which is scheduled for release on May 26 in North America and June 1 internationally via Relapse Records. The follow-up to "The Ritual Fires Of Abandonment" was recorded at Volume Studios in Chicago with the band's Sanford Parker in the producer's chair.
MINSK is confirmed to take part in the sold-out Roadburn festival, to be held April 23 in Tilburg, Netherlands, as well as the Polish Asymmetry festival on April 26. The band is currently routing a European tour around these dates, with details to be announced soon.
MINSK recently released a split seven-inch of ROKY ERICKSON covers with labelmates UNEARTHLY TRANCE via Parasitic Records. The black vinyl release, which is limited to 500 copies, features MINSK covering "Stand For The Fire Demon" and UNEARTHLY TRANCE doing a version of "Night Of The Vampire".
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