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German instrumental post-rock band MMTH announce new album »Infinite Heights«; out on November 17th, 2023 in collaboration with Poly Unique!

Aurich, Germany based instrumental post-rock band MMTH has announced their new album, »Infinite Heights«, which will see the light on November 17th, 2023 in collaboration with Poly Unique.

01. Trigger
02. Relais
03. Altérité
04. Muscle Memory
05. Dark Sun
06. Sampras

Says the band: “Time has come to reveal the details of our new album »Infinite Heights«.

It will be out Nov. 17th on vinyl, CD and all streaming services. Christian Bardenhorst made the artwork, the photograph was taken by Bernd. The album was recorded by MMTH and mixed by Hanno at Dickfehler Studio. Mastering was done by Eike Ebbel Groenewold at Klangfeld Studios. Patrick played additional guitars on »Relais«.

We’ll have some ear catchers before the album will finally see the light of day! Preorder starts September 14th.”

Courtesy of Pelagic Records:

Blending the ethereal vibes of eighties shoegaze with the profound resonance of post-rock this band effortlessly demonstrates their ability to transport listeners on a sonic journey without the need for lyrics.

In 2017, MMTH’s »Paternoster« appeared out of nowhere. Hailing from the North Sea coast of Germany this quartet quickly gained momentum. Their debut was hailed as the “demo of the month” by Visions magazine and through online voting Arctic Drones readers crowned them one of the standout new post-rock acts of that year. They embarked on a series of shows across Germany and the Netherlands sharing stages with notable acts such as Rosetta, Public Service Broadcasting, Hemelbestormer, Coastlands and Spoiwo. This was followed by a tour alongside their friends from The Clouds Will Clear.

MMTH’s sound diverges from the classic post-rock formula. Exhibiting a stronger groove and rock-oriented essence they veer away from the overly cinematic and clichéd tremolo guitars. While these elements occasionally make appearances MMTH places a higher emphasis on contrasts steering clear of contrived grandiosity. They simply label it as instrumental rock music.

From 2021 onward the band dedicated themselves to crafting their next album. However it wasn’t until 2023 that they finalized the process marked by the departure of guitarist Carlo Persh and the addition of Patrick Büch to the lineup. Under this new constellation they began already composing fresh material.

»Infinite Heights« is entirely self-produced by the band with engineering and mixing carried out by their drummer Hanno Janßen at Dickfehler Studio in Aurich Germany. The mastering was entrusted to film composer Eike Ebbel Groenewold at Klangfeld Studios. The visual aspects of the album and singles were crafted by Christian Bardenhorst featuring photographs taken by bassist Bernd Frikke.

The contrasts within their new music have further expanded yet their dreamy melodies and raw riffs harmoniously coexist weaving a consistent narrative. »Infinite Heights« encapsulates the essence of a fresh chapter that feels like both a culmination and a new beginning.

Scheduled for release on November 17th, 2023 »Infinite Heights« will be available on vinyl, CD and all major streaming services. Consisting of six tracks and spanning 31 minutes this release is a collaborative effort with the Poly Unique label. MMTH has planned a series of concerts surrounding the album’s release followed by a tour.

“The images can practically be heard, oscillating between cinematic tenderness and badass breaks.” — René Arbeithuber, Slut

“A bombastic lesson in post rock at it’sfinest with hints of post metal and progressive rock sprinkled throughout. Soaringguitar melodies will bestuck in your head for days. Booming bass and crushingdrums abundant this is not an album to miss.” — Bruce Malley, Pray For Sound

“What’s in these guitars-helium balloons? Rocket fuel?” — Pontus Levahn, Horndal/Tiger Lou

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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