INTRONAUT Post Two New Video Clips Online; New Album Now Available

The wait is finally over as progressive titans INTRONAUT unveil their much anticipated new album, Prehistoricisms, to the masses today. Prehistoricisms, was engineered by Josh Newell and will certainly captivate the metal world with it’s blend of psychedelic brutality, captivating hooks and unpredictable time changes. An abstract, eye-popping new video for the track, “Australopithecus,” was directed by the acclaimed Sera Timms (ISIS, PELICAN). Click the link below to view a short preview of the clip and look for it to make its online debut sometime next month.

A widget is now available at which features two tracks from the album, “Australopithecus” and “The Literal Black Cloud.”

Sacha Dunable (vocals/guitars) further comments: “We just got home after driving straight through from Nebraska, which means we were in a small ass van for like 24 hours straight. Never again. The part of the tour where we played shows with our best friends ever (MOUTH OF THE ARCHITECT and BEHOLD…THE ARCTOPUS) on the other hand was in fact awesome. This was one of the longest trips we have ever done (7/29 – 9/10), and I could seriously do it all over again.

“In a rare moment of genius, we decided to bring a video camera on the tour, capturing some great performances, bro down sessions and the amazing characters we encountered along the way. I’ll let you watch this nine minute video we edited together to try and understand what life was like for 39 days or so. Part 2 should be coming soon.

“We also made our first ever music video. It was done by Sera Timms. We have seen a short clip, and I must say I am pretty impressed. We were kind of concerned that a video would come across as cheesy or forced, but Sera made a really elaborate storyline to go along with the very vague lyrical content (quite a feat) and just made this amazing video that we can totally be proud of. We can’t wait for you all to see it and we will be back on the road soon.”

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