ANTIGAMA Releases New Video From The Insolent LP; Tour Across Poland Begins This Week
Polish progressive grindcore unit, ANTIGAMA, has just launched a brand new video for the song "Eraser," which hails from their seventh album, The Insolent.
Created from footage filmed during two ANTIGAMA shows in Warsaw and Lodz, Poland, this past June 2015, the rapid clip was constructed by the creative minds behind Burning Down The House: Szymon Korzeniewski (X, BDTH), Maciej Stempij (Besthound) and Borys Kubiak (Dare Studio). The rapid visual barrage shows the band in their insanely energetic live setting, deploying the band's intense, cutting edge grindcore devastation.
Tune in and endure ANTIGAMA's "Eraser" video below:
Also witness the band's previously released video from The Insolent for the track "Used To" playing HERE and the full album streaming HERE.
The Insolent was released in May 2015 through Selfmadegod Records on cassette, eco-pack/gatefold digisleeve CD, black 12" gatefold LP, and a translucent 12" gatefold LP limited to 100 copies worldwide. The record is available internationally from Selfmadegod HERE and in the US via Selfmadegod's stateside mailorder outlet, Earsplit Distro -- including the final copies of the album on clear-- RIGHT HERE.
The Warsaw powerhouse will return to the road again this week in support of The Insolent, with a crushing tour of their home country. Antigama will rip through twelve Polish cities with special guest X, the tour running from this in Poznan thorugh in Gdynia.
ANTIGAMA The Insolent Tour 2015:
Pod Minogą - Poznań, PL
Inferno - Koszalin, PL
Nrd - Toruń, PL
Rude Boy - Bielsko Biała, PL
Kawiarnia Naukowa - Kraków, PL
Ciemna Strona Miasta - Wrocław, PL
Vinyl - Rzeszów, PL
Kazamata Wschodnia Bastionu I - Zamość, PL
Korba - Katowice, PL
Motor Rock - Słupsk, PL
Słowianin - Szczecin, PL
Ucho - Gdynia, PL
Recorded in February at JNS Studio in Warsaw, The Insolent was engineered by Pawel Grabowski, mixed by Pawel Grabowski and the band, mastered by Scott Hull at Visceral Sound in Bethesda, Maryland (Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed), and features a guest appearance by the legendary Polish electronic artist Władysław "Gudonis" Komendarek. Stereogum offered, "By all rights,ANTIGAMA should be widely recognized as Europe's answer to Pig Destroyer... The Insolent isANTIGAMA's seventh LP and 24th release overall, and the band sounds as young and hungry as ever. Few bands have pushed themselves so hard for so long." Invisible Oranges blasted, "They're known for technical playing and mind-bending song structures, you'd almost call them progressive were it not for the fact that this stuff will probably send death Theater fans running for their lives. For a grind outfit, their song lengths tend to stretch into 'normal' territory, but making a good hallucinatory riffscape takes time." Metal Insider's review issues in part, "To say that this music is violent in nature would be a drastic understatement. It's played out like a rabid and injured animal, backed into a corner and fighting for its sheer existence. At times raw and feral, and at others sleek and insightful, ANTIGAMA have penned an album that could almost be defined as 'progressive grind' as they combine both the artistic and the bombastic into a cohesive package."