Earths Collide


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CARPAGE What a great year 2015 was for Post Rock/Metal, with dozens of excellent releases. So why is Earths Collide so easily standing head and shoulders above the rest? It's the songs! Parasitic, Penny For Your Thoughts and especially yodatrainschewbacca are instant classics in the genre, and the rest of the LP has not one soft spot. Emotive, THICK compositions, they do own the sky. Favorite track: yodatrainschewbacca.
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Moe it`s a bloody masterpiece!
Christopher Gemeinhardt
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Christopher Gemeinhardt This Album is pure dope! Love the progressiveness, as well as the contemplative character of the tracks. Always takes me on a mental journey! Love.It.
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Josh Such an amazing release.....I bought this album after listening to minute-long samples of only two songs on the album, which I rarely do. It's immediately clear how highly balanced and well-written the music is.....this band is awesome. Please support them if you like instrumental post-rock journeys of heart and mind. thank you, can't wait to hear another release!
Agent K
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Agent K Backing up the BC's resident instrumental Professor Reilly all the way on this one.
Greek Export WOTS is mining instrumental GOLD across a variety of cross genres.
Just keeps getting better! Favorite track: Transmissions Of Static.
Michael Reilly
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Michael Reilly return with an album that majestically surpasses the high standards set on their previous EP – which is not an easy accomplishment! Vigorous guitar-driven metal/post-rock that will mightily impress any genuine lovers of instrumental rock. Favorite track: Penny For Your Thoughts.
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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    The CD version of "Earths Collide" comes in a standard jewel case with a beautiful 8-fold poster insert, featuring the amazing artwork of our friend Christina Charistou.

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Our debut album on heavyweight 150g black vinyl, featuring a beautiful poster insert - only a handful of copies remaining.
    Issued by Labyrinth of Thoughts Records and Ikaros Records.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Earths Collide via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Earths Collide, the debut full-length album by greek post-rockers

Available on CD/Digital via the band's Bandcamp page

Also available on vinyl LP by Labyrinth of Thoughts Records and Ikaros Records at


released November 6, 2015


Recorded at Unreal Studioz, Athens, Greece in November 2014

Produced by Alex Ketenjian and
Engineered and mixed by Alex Ketenjian at Unreal Studioz, Athens, Greece
Assistant engineer: Kostas Ragiadakos
Mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios, Örebro, Sweden

Artwork and layout by Christina Charistou

All music written and performed by

Ilias Kokkotos - Andreou: guitars
Kostas Diakakis: guitars
Alex Stouraitis: guitars
Dimitris Konstantakopoulos: bass
Manolis Giannikios: drums, samples/programming

We would like to extend our love and gratitude to our friends and families, all the bands we have shared the stage with, as well as everyone who has supported our music in any way these past few years.


Earths Collide is also available on limited 150gr vinyl LP, by Labyrinth of Thoughts Records and Ikaros Records. Get your copy at


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