Interiors (Quicksand album). On the following day, the band streamed their first single in 22 years, "Illuminant", and announced that the album would be released on November 10, 2017.
Complete your Quicksand collection. Release Date: November 10, 2017 . Release Date: November 10, 2017 Label: Epitaph Recording Year: 2017. Clear pressing - Limited to 500 (Quicksand online exclusive) Opaque Peach - Limited to 500 (USA Merch Direct exclusive) Mint Green Opaque - Limited to 500 (UK Merch Direct exclusive) Translucent Orange - Limited to 500 (USA Quicksand online store. 400 are autographed) Transparent Clear/Black - Limited to 500 (USA indy retail) Black - Infinity pressing.
Album Name Interiors. Released date 10 November 2017. Labels Epitaph Records (USA-1). Recorded at Studio 4 Recording. Music StylePost Hardcore. Members owning this album1.
Quicksand is a band from New York City. Our first album in 22 years is finally OUT! Pick up or stream INTERIORS now at quicksandnyc. 3K. 266. Quicksand live in London.
Quicksand has emerged over the years as one of the more enduring and influential bands of the ’90s alternative rock boom, which is saying something considering how relatively brief their stay wa. Fire This Time, Sick Mind, and album closer Normal Love beef up Interiors’ back end with more guitar might and technical dexterity, but it’s ultimately the reaches Quicksand make beyond their own well-marked boundaries that make the band’s latest something that lives up to the hype. Many reunion records fall flat by trying too deliberately to recapture what once was, but Interiors lives in the now, thereby shedding the reunion record talk to instead exist more on its own terms.
Transcending genre, Interiors is Quicksand in 2017, a time where no one is quite sure if we’ve moved backward.
New York post-hardcore kingpins finally break their two-decade silence. By Emma Johnston 2017-11-06T16:59:00. There are certain, special friends that come along who you can go for years without speaking to, but when you are given a chance to reconnect, it’s as if no time at all has elapsed. That’s exactly what the return of Quicksand feels like
They've managed to retain that combination of heaviness and groove that made their early work so compelling, while sounding as necessary as they did 20-plus years ago. It's possible to discern a slight shift in tone this time around.