In April 2016, Germany’s post-rock/alternative act LONG DISTANCE CALLING released its fifth studio album “TRIPS” to massive acclaim from prog fans, metal heads, rockers and alternative fans alike resulting in a fabulous #23 in the German charts, topping the #33 achieved in 2013 with “The Flood Inside”. Rightfully praised by Visions mag as “Germany’s most exciting band blending prog and metal”, InsideOut Music started revisiting the band’s previous releases in the same year. In 2017, this series of high class re-issues culminates in the re-release of “Satellite Bay”, the band’s debut album as double vinyl plus CD, and 2CD / digital release, which includes “DMNSTRTN”. “DMNSTRTN” is LONG DISTANCE CALLING’s self-released 2006 demo, which is also available as wonderful, stand-alone vinyl edition and has been remastered by the band’s own David Jordan in November 2016. Furthermore, the demo’s brand-new design and layout was also created in close cooperation between label and band forming a first-ever vinyl version of this material that no fan of LDC should miss out on! So lean back and delve into the entirely instrumental sonic cosmos of LONG DISTANCE CALLING (well, except for “Built Without Hands” feat. Peter Dolving off “Satellite Bay”), and enjoy the beginnings of one of Germany’s finest, forward-thinking rock bands.
|Titel||DMNSTRTN (EP Re-issue 2017)|
|Long Distance Calling|
|black LP+CD [LP + CD]|
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