KNTRLR, the New York based experimental indie rock/electronic duo, is set to release their debut LP, The Great Filter, on February 24th via Goodnight Records. In celebration of the upcoming release, SPIN is now streaming the album in full leading up to the release.
Since 2008, KNTRLR continues to evolve--their music becoming further charged by the confrontation of mortality and darkness. The Great Filter stays true to these motivations. From love and death to loss and family, the sum of the band’s life experiences have created a darker collection of songs that are sure to resonate deeply with listeners. The strong confidence in the sound they’ve built is obvious; KNTRLR’s respective life experiences have their music well.
Now a five-piece act live, the duo will be touring to promote their upcoming album The Great Filter.
2/18 - Los Angeles, CA - Lexington Theatre
2/19 - Long Beach, CA - The Prospector
2/21 - San Francisco. CA – Submission
2/28 New York, NY – Gutter (Album Release Party)
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Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with electronic group KNTRLR to bring you the music video premiere for “Halogen”, a grindhouse-style video that is definitely NSFW. The track comes from the band’s upcoming album The Great Filter, which comes out February 24th via Goodnight Records (pre-order here).
The video shows a man who becomes obsessed with a gorgeous woman (portrayed by model Sarah Varacalli) at a bar/dance club. He then pursues her to the local motel, where things become a bit violent and naughty. The video is NSFW due to nudity and strong sexual themes, so be careful where you watch it.-- Posted by Goodnight (0) Comment(s)!