by Andrew Sacher

The Saddest Landscape

Screamo/post-hardcore band The Saddest Landscape have been at it for over a decade and on October 23 they'll return with their newest album, Darkness Forgives, via Topshelf. You already heard the lead single "Souls Worth Saving," which comes out as a 7" single this week (9/25). Backing that song is the non-album track "A Season of Goodbyes," a song as devastating and emotionally exposed as TSL's ever been. It premieres below.

As previously discussed, they're touring with atmospheric metal band Vattnet Viskar and hitting NYC for a release show on November 15 at The Studio at Webster Hall. Tickets for that show are on sale now, and we're also giving away a pair. Enter for a chance to win, below.


The Saddest Landscape -- 2015 Tour Dates
Oct 23--Parkside--San Francisco, California $
Oct 24--Che Cafe--San Diego, California $
Oct. 25--Bridgetown DIY--La Puente, California $
Nov. 6--Mac's Bar--Lansing, Michigan #
Nov. 7--Beat Kitchen--Chicago, Illinois #
Nov. 8--Mahall's Basement--Lakewood, Ohio #
Nov. 13--The Crunch House--West Haven, Connecticut
Nov. 14--Middle East Upstairs--Boston, Massachussetts *
Nov. 15 --The Studio at Webster Hall--New York, New York *

$ with State Faults
# with Empire! Empire! (i was a lonely estate)
* with Vattnet Viskar