The Infinite Three | Rattle Belly - EP

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Rattle Belly - EP

by The Infinite Three

The new EP by London based art rock band The Infinite Three. Four tracks of dark, dissonant noise rock. The soundtrack to a metropolitan apocalypse. The future sound of the dead city of London.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Rattle Belly
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2. Feathers
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3. Protein Song
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4. Universal Solvent
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Infinite Three formed in 2009 from the ashes of London art-punks Leisur Hive.

Following the release of last year's debut album 'Crust Of Utopia', The Infinite Three spent several months playing loud shows in dingy basements, finding time around frontman Daniel Knowler's guitar duties for Editions Mego artists Cindytalk to write new ideas from otherwise formless blocks of rhythm and noise.

Retreating to a cramped rehearsal space in South London, The Infinite Three began funnelling the ghosts of the Old City through the cracks in the walls, and into the microphones. The resulting four-song collection contains their most melodic material to date and their most oblique.

“This could be the soundtrack to a metropolitan apocalypse. The future sound of the dead city of London."
~ Alternative Matter

"Marc Almond fronting Soundtracks-era Swans… You could not, frankly, be more in tune with my tastes if you tried…" ~ Zero Tolerance Magazine


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