[Press Release]
On CONSTANTS' forthcoming album If Tomorrow The War, these shoegazers turned indie-metal pioneers have further evolved their already genre bending style and truly come into their own. Produced by Jesu/Godflesh mastermind Justin K. Broadrick, basic tracks for the album were recorded at guitarist/vocalist Will Benoit's burgeoning Solar Powered recording studio (Radar Studios), where he - along with bassist Orion Wainer and drummer Rob Motes- has fine-tuned his band's distinct energy and youthful ambition into a signature sound that is Constants and Constants alone.

The new record features guest appearances from Andrew Neufeld (Comeback Kid, Sights & Sounds) and Mike Hill (Tombs), and is the follow up to the band's 2009 critically acclaimed full-length The Foundation, The Machine, The Ascension.

Science Of Silence will release the album in North America on September 7th in a very limited-edition run of 250 copies (with 125 in transparent red and 125 in black). The exclusive, hand-numbered packaging comes from Interrobang Letterpress (who were responsible for the amazing Isis Oceanic Remixes Vinyl Box Set) and features alternative album art by M. Repasch Nieves. For those without a record player, If Tomorrow The War will be available on iTunes, AmazonMP3 and all other digital stores.

The guys will also hit the road in August for a northeast run with City Of Ships
  • 08.07.10 - Burlington, VT Monkey House w. Mose Giganticus
  • 08.08.10 - Allston, MA Great Scott w. Mose Giganticus
  • 08.09.10 - Portland, ME Geno's
  • 08.10.10 - Wallingford, CT Cherry Street Station
  • 08.11.10 - Providence, RI The 201
  • 08.12.10 - TBA NJ
  • 08.13.10 - Philadelphia, PA The Khyber w. Mose Giganticus
  • 08.14.10 - New York, NY The Acheron

The new Constants' record marks the second release for Science of Silence Records. The label was formed in 2009 by two music industry vets, Marc Schapiro and Tim Tatulli. Their goal is to release limited-edition vinyl for the best in post-rock, instrumental and avant-garde metal. The label's first release, a split LP with Monolith (Philly) and Voyager
(Boston), came out in June 2010.

Pre-order the album now exclusively through the Radar Recordings Webstore and get the digital files on August 13th (vinyl will ship on or around September 7th)

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