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We are very pleased to have received a review of “Fissures’ from the always excellent Hypnagogue Music Reviews site. Describing it as “a stunning density of isolationist ambient sound, chillingly cold and marginally disturbing”, reviewer John Shanahan writes an insightful and thoughtful piece that nicely captures the essence of “Fissures“. Thanks John!

In addition to the Hypnagogue review site, be sure to check out John’s excellent Podcast as well…

Some Links of Note

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We’d like to thank the Agniworld and Darkfloor sites for their reviews of “Fissures” and for their support of our work.

We’d also like to thank CKUT in Montreal for their continued radio support of “Fissures”, and we were thrilled to see that it’s currently the number one release in the station’s RPM charts(!) as of April 26th.

Thanks also go out to Dhomochev for making this fan video for our track Svalbard from our “Glaciations” album. We’re very flattered that our work has inspired you.



Celebrating the release of “Fissures” http://www.petcord.com/releases/pc0311-02-kalte-fissures/, here is a short excerpt from our live performance at the Ambient Ping on March 8th, 2011 at Supermarket, Toronto.
Live visuals by Deane, lights by General Chaos Visuals, shot by Liisa.

“Fissures” video by Kalte


A short video from “Fissures” — our new release on PetCord.com.
Download the entire album for free from PetCord here:
[pc0311-02] Kalte – Fissures

Dearest Kaltenfriends;

We are very pleased to announce the release of our latest album “Fissures”, now available for free download from the Petcord netlabel. Join us as we explore the dark depths of the Hadopelagic Zone, music inspired by massive pressures and arctic depths, heavy sounds from unknown sources.

Download “Fissures” for free from Petcord on archive.org:
[pc0311-02] Kalte – Fissures

“Fissures”

We are pleased to announce that our third release, “Fissures”, will be coming out March 15th on the Petcord netlabel. Featuring five new songs inspired by the mysteries of the Hadopelagic Zone, “Fissures” continues our study of cold sounds and deep isolation.

If you’d like to be updated with more information about “Fissures”, Kalte live shows, or any other news we feel you need to know about, please add us on Twitter or join our group on Facebook. We’ll make sure to keep you up to date with the necessary Kaltenews.

With warmest regards,

Kalte

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