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Ithaca

Ithaca

Ithaca


There are two artists called Ithaca: 1. An English progressive hardcore band: Formed in 2012 out of a mutual love of melodic hardcore but despair at it's lack of ambition, Ithaca draw influence from everything from Southern doom to 90s's math rock as well as the passionate untethered savagery of early Poison The Well and melodious chaos of Oathbreaker. The result is crushing grooves, shrieking guitar squalls that give way to haunting melodic passages and desolate reprieves. Read more on Last.fm
There are two artists called Ithaca: 1. An English progressive hardcore band: Formed in 2012 out of a mutual love of melodic hardcore but despair at it's lack of ambition, Ithaca draw influence from everything from Southern doom to 90s's math rock as well as the passionate untethered savagery of early Poison The Well and melodious chaos of Oathbreaker. The result is crushing grooves, shrieking guitar squalls that give way to haunting melodic passages and desolate reprieves. Following on from 2014's self-released EP 'Narrow The Way', Trespassers, released on the 17th July 2015 contains four tracks of elegant yet abrasive hardcore that delves into the depths of disappointment, displacement and the inevitable disintegration of human relationships. Trespassers is available now on 7" frosted clear vinyl with hand-screenprinted artwork including free high quality digital download and unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app at: www.ithacaband.co.uk http://www.ithacaband.co.uk/ www.facebook.com/IthacaUK www.ithacauk.bandcamp.com www.twitter.com/ITHACABAND 2.

A- now defunct- Englsih folk band. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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