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"The album is an expressive and evocative take on classic post-rock, hitting the same sorrow tinged pressure points as The Khost or mid-era Explosions in the Sky. It manages to shrug off the aura of mediocrity that too often smothers the genre and soars well beyond its confines. On the way, it gathers influences from a range of rock styles and channels them all through a contemplative lens."
-Heavy Blog Is Heavy
"Who do they sound like? Well, to be fair, there are score of bands making very similar noises. I’d list them, if you like this post-rock thing then you’ll know who they are. But the simple fact is, Glories just do it better than most of them. Yes they do. Don’t argue."
-Echoes and Dust
Cultartes Magazine catch up with Collapse Under The Empire to talk all about the band and their upcoming first live show at Dunk!festival.
"This Swedish band showed a lot of progress while recording their third album in a “do it yourself” manner. It has a delicate and emotional touch as well as depth and maturity. At times melancholic and tranquil, and at times intense and dramatic, Icebreaker is a beautiful album that promises a fantastic listening experience.
Arctic Drones talk to the band about the album, tour, and future plans."
"One of the few bands that reached international fame without playing live, Collapse Under the Empire is getting ready to play their first concert since the band’s formation.
For the first time in their history, the band will perform live (07 May, Saturday) at Dunk!festival in Belgium among other bands such as Russian Circles, 65daysofstatic, Pelican and This Will Destroy You."
-Maximum Volume Music
"Winter Dust stand out as a band that could potentially be very important in terms of the musical landscape in 2016 and going forward. They have the dramatic appeal for fans of more traditional post-rock, and the heaviness necessary to draw from the post-metal crowd. Most importantly, you can take this to your emo, post-punk, and screamo friends who maybe don’t have a familiarity with post-rock, play them a song like 'There,' and create one of those 'lightbulb' moments where everything comes together all at once."
"For many bands that walk the line between math and post rock the intricacies and complex guitar parts can come at the price of emotive atmospherics. Fortunately there are both in abundance on Tom’s Story. It’s perhaps what makes the album so enjoyable and infectious."
"Let The Morning In has a terrific atmosphere of music with the pianos that peep in through the building distortion. The four songs that ring out on this release are considerate about emotion, experiencing them with the listener as they dive in."