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Catacombe Kinetic Release

Catacombe signed with Slow Burn Records to release their debut album Kinetic (CD release) this Christmas.
Tracks were recorded at Soundvision Studio, engineered by Paulo Lopes and mastered in the US by James Plotkin (Isis, Pelican, Khanate, Earth).

The band recently posted a video for the track Anna-Liisa, available below and on Post-Rock TV.

Hailing from the Vale de Cambra, Portugal, Catacombe began in the middle of 2007 when Pedro Sobast made the choice to create instrumental music and recorded/produced the Memoirs EP (self release/ digital release by Poison Tree Records 2008). Memoirs EP is the climax of influences so diverse that in the end, it results in an astonishing fusion of modern metal and post-rock, getting great critical acclaim and stunning press reviews.

In September 2008, what originally began as a solo project from Pedro Sobast, turned into Catacombe as a band, with the introduction of new musicians, Sérgio Soares –Bass, Eduardo Costa – Guitar; Paulo Kwane – Drums and Cristiano Moreira – Keyboards/samples.

Later on December 5th, Catacombe gave its first concert at Fábrica do Som, Porto, opening for Nadja (Can). Following the first act, Catacombe also shared stages with names so varied, like A Storm of Light (US), My Own Private Alaska (FR), Minsk (US), Men Eater (PT) and Slamo (PT).

With the debut album Kinetic, Catacombe found its own identity in the current underground music scene, showing a delightful puzzle of styles and influences.

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