Blueneck announce new album, “King Nine”

Blueneck Band Shot

UK post/prog veterans Blueneck have announced that they are to release a new album.

Titled King Nine, the LP is slated to drop on the 10th of November via Denovali Records.

The band have already released four critically-acclaimed albums (2006’s Scars Of The Midwest, 2009’s The Fallen Host, 2011’s Repetitions and 2012’s Epilogue), toured extensively across Europe with acts such as Cult of Luna and Mono, and have soundtracked a number of independent films, having their work featured on NBC, HBO and SyFy channels. They also played a triumphant midnight set at this year’s Glastonbury festival.

Says the press released announcing King Nine: “The band’s three key musical influences go some way to explaining King Nine’s ambitious, expansive (but always accessible) scope: the electronica of Boards of Canada; the movie soundtracks of Ennio Morricone and John Carpenter; the melodicism and melancholia of Kid-A era Radiohead and Arcade Fire.”

The full tracklist for King Nine is as follows:

Blueneck King Nine-00101. “Counting Out”
02. “Sirens”
03. “King Nine”
04. “Man of Lies”
05. “Broken Fingers”
06. “Father, Sister”
07. “Spiderlegs”
08. “Mutatis”
09. “Anything Other Than Breathing”

You can listen to opening track, “Counting Out”, below:

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