THE ISOLATION PROCESS: 'Underneath It All' Song Available For Streaming
"Underneath It All", a brand new song from THE ISOLATION PROCESS, a new Swedish-based post-metal band featuring former members of LINGUA and COME SLEEP, can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below. The track is taken from THE ISOLATION PROCESS' self-titled debut full-length album, which is scheduled for release on December 12 in Scandinavia and on January 10, 2014 in the remaining markets through Version Studios Records.
Produced, recorded and mixed by Michael Nordström (SWITCH OPENS, LINGUA, JESAIAH) and THE ISOLATION PROCESS, and mastered by Magnus Lindberg (CULT OF LUNA, KHOMA), "The Isolation Process" is a vast and varied musical piece that covers a wide range of moods and textures. Moments of fragile intricacy and frail emotiveness contrast nicely against powerful progressive grooves, echoing such diverse influences as DEFTONES, KATATONIA, CALLISTO and CROWBAR.
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