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Sunless to Release New Album Next Month

Sunless Minneapolis-based avant-garde Death Metal outfit, Sunless, has completed their new Urraca album.
Sunless draws their sonic influences from extreme Metal bands, such as Gorguts, Ulcerate, and Deathspell Omega reinterpreting the sound through their own lense.

The band is comprised of bassist Mitch Schooler (ex-Nerves, Modulus), drummer Ben Iburg (Not From Here, The Eye Unclouded), and guitarist/vocalist Lucas Scott (Australis, Pestifere), and in their sum, weave complex arrangements and bellowing Death Metal growls.

Urraca was tracked by Adam Tucker at Signaturetone Recording in Minneapolis (The Crinn, Ambassador Gun, Maeth), and mixed/mastered by Colin Marston at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves in Queens, New York.
Check out the album’s opening track here: Listen
Urraca is set to be independently released by Sunless with digital, digipak CD, and cassette formats to be made available on February 24th.
Urraca Track Listing:
1. Wishes Fallen On Deafened Ears
2. Gathering At The Skull’s Eye
3. Aberrant Clime
4. Born Of Clay
5. Obsidian Wing
6. Windswept Rock
7. The Ancient Ones
8. Magpie
9. Disintegration Of Man

In tandem with the album release, Sunless will embark on a quick US tour with Grogus.

URRACA Central US Tour 2017 w/ Grogus:
2/24/2017 Reverie Café And Bar – Minneapolis, MN *record release show w/ Faces Of The Bog, Aziza
2/25/2017 Bar Bar – Denver, CO
2/26/2017 Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
2/27/2017 The Underground – Santa Fe, NM
2/28/2017 TBA
3/01/2017 Your Mom’s – Oklahoma City, OK
3/02/2017 TBA
3/03/2017 The Lost Well – Austin, TX
3/04/2017 TBA
3/05/2017 Siberia – New Orleans, LA
3/06/2017 TBA
3/07/2017 TBA – Nashville, TN
3/08/2017 Buccaneer – Memphis, TN
3/09/2017 TBA
3/10/2017 Underground Lounge – Chicago, IL
3/11/2017 Frank’s Powerplant – Milwaukee, WI

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    February 01, 2017

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