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Karnviool announce details of third album; release music video

Posted June 14, 2013, 10:35 a.m. in Records by Sarah
Karnviool announce details of third album; release music video

Australian prog rockers Karnivool have just released a whole mess of details on their upcoming album. Asymmetry will have fourteen tracks spread over 67 minutes, and will be released on 19 July. The band has also announced a European tour in support of the album, as well as released a video for the single "We Are". Finally, the album is also now available for preorder, in both standard and deluxe formats, the latter of which contain a DVD of Karnviool's performance at The Forum in Melbourne. Hit the jump for the tracklisting.

The tracklisting for Asymmetry will be:

  1. Aum
  2. Nachash
  3. A M WAR
  4. We Are
  5. The Refusal
  6. Aeons
  7. Asymmetry
  8. Eidolon
  9. Sky Machine
  10. Amusia
  11. The Last Few
  12. Float
  13. Alpha
  14. Om
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