Thursday, 31 October 2019 21:19

Infringement - 'Alienism'

Artist: Infringement
Title: Alienism
Catalogno.: 19.0025
Format: Digipack CD, Gatefold LP, Limited Gatefold LP and Digital Download
Release date: 16.11.2019
Genre: Progressive Rock
Country: Norway
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After spending the last two years writing, fine-tuning, and recording their next album, Infringement is now ready for the next chapter. Alienism, a large sounding, intense concept album peeks into the mind of patients at the Gentmire Institute, an institution at the forefront of psychiatrical innovation. We get the insights of the commissioner of Lunacy himself, and through his journals, we enter the world of The Alienist. So let us all escape reality and seek comfort in our minds.

Infringement has been described as playing something in between neo-progressive rock and symphonic rock while flirting with various genres throughout their debut album. They touch on big groovy parts with funky rhythms, other times they clearly visit the 70s. A mix of melodious, symphonic rock with unexpected twists and progressive bar changes.

 

Tracklist:

1.   Disorder    
2.   Triad    
3.   Therapy    
4.   Delirium    

  

Line up:

Hans Andreas Brandal   Vocals
Stig André Clason   Guitar and Vocals
Kristoffer Utby   Drums
Bård Thorstensen   Keys
Espen Larsen   Bass

 

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Thursday, 31 October 2019 20:58

Infringement

 

 

Infringement is a progressive rock band based in Oslo. The band came together on a cold November evening in 2015, when Stig André Clason, Kristoffer Utby, and Hans Andreas Brandal all met for the first time, to drink whiskey and discuss the idea of forming a new band.

In Springtime 2016, Espen Larsen joined the band on bass, and the band had decided to write a concept album, Transition. Released in May of 2017, it follows the development of a local society through the last couple of centuries. Focusing on one family across different generations, seen through the eyes of an anthropomorphic house.

To complete the lineup, Bård Thorstensen joined the band for the live shows and hasn't left since.

Infringement has been described as playing something in between neo-progressive rock and symphonic rock while flirting with various genres throughout their debut album. They touch on big groovy parts with funky rhythms, other times they clearly visit the 70s. A mix of melodious, symphonic rock with unexpected twists and progressive bar changes.

After spending the last two years writing, fine-tuning, and recording their next album, Infringement is now ready for the next chapter. Alienism, a large sounding, intense concept album peeks into the mind of patients at the Gentmire Institute, an institution at the forefront of psychiatrical innovation. We get the insights of the commissioner of Lunacy himself, and through his journals, we enter the world of The Alienist. So let us all escape reality and seek comfort in our minds.

 

Line up:

Hans Andreas Brandal   Vocals
Stig André Clason   Guitar and Vocals
Kristoffer Utby   Drums and Vocals
Bård Thorstensen   Keys
Espen Larsen   Bass

 

Discography:

Alienism   2019    Digipack CD    Gatefold LP    Limited Gatefold LP    Digital Download
Transition   2017    Digipack CD            

 

Information:

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Wednesday, 16 October 2019 11:15

Crime Records signs Infringement

Crime Records is excited to announce the signing of Infringement. We will now also focus on ProgRock, and by signing Infringement we take the first step towards just that. And what a fine step that is.

Infringement is now ready to release their second album called Alienism. Working with the band for preparing this and getting all ready have so far been an absolute pleasure.

The release dates for the album are just an average ProgRock song away. It will be made available on all major streaming services on November 1st, and the physical versions will be available on November 16th. Accidentally this latter date collides with Infringement's release concert, where they are playing support for the fantastic act A.C.T in Oslo. Too bad, right? But we'll make it work. ?

For those of you not familiar with Infringement, they have been described as playing something in between neo-progressive rock and symphonic rock, while flirting with various genres throughout their debut album. They touch on big groovy parts with funky rhythms. Other times they clearly visit the 70s. A mix of melodious, symphonic rock with unexpected twists and progressive bar changes.

More information about the album will be posted in the coming weeks, both here and at Infringement's page. So be sure to hit that Like-button over at “their place”.

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