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Sannhet celebrating new LP in a church with Miserable & Planning for Burial


Heavy post-rockers Sannhet have signed to Profound Lore for the followup to 2015’s Revisionist (which came out on The Flenser). Their new album is called So Numb and it drops on August 25 via their new label home. The album was produced by Interpol/The National producer Peter Katis, and it features guest lead guitar on “Fernbeds” by Thom Wasluck (aka Planning for Burial).

The lead single is “Way Out,” and it’s as mesmerizing and climactic as you expect Sannhet to be, moving back and forth between Explosions in the Sky-style beauty and (instrumental) black metal aggression with ease. If you’re unfamiliar, but you dig anything from Deafheaven to Caspian to Touche Amore, you need Sannhet in your life. Listen below.

Sannhet will celebrate the album with a release show in their hometown on August 24 at the Park Church Co-Op with Miserable and Planning for Burial (tickets). That’s their only upcoming show at the moment.

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1. Indigo Illusion
2. Sapphire
3. So Numb
4. Fernbeds
5. Salts
6. Way Out
7. Secondary Arrows
8. Sleep Well
9. Wind Up

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