Post Death Soundtrack Release New EP ‘Pathless Land’

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Independent Music Promotion*

Post Death Soundtrack

Pathless Land


29 January 2021
Vancouver-based electro-industrial duo Post Death Soundtrack have released their “Pathless Land” EP with a brief statement on social media.

A song that appeals to clear away social and cultural constructs to find a new way in uncharted territory.

“We’re thrilled to release the ‘Pathless Land’ single taken from the album ‘It Will Come Out of Nowhere.’ Huge thanks to @Casey Braunger (Alltar, He Is Me) for his larger than life remix!”

“‘Pathless Land’ is a little song full of unlikely vitriol and resolve following loss and devastation. We’re thrilled to share this new release with you during dark times and hope it provides a moment of stillness where something fresh can take root.” -Steve Moore

“Pathless Land” is out now on Bandcamp.




1) Pathless Land
2) Pathless Land (Sovereign Mix) by Casey Braunger
3) Pathless Land (Lit Beacon)


Post Death Soundtrack is Jon Ireson and Steve Moore.
Track #2 (Sovereign Mix) is a remix by Casey Braunger (Alltar, He Is Me)


Electro-Industrial, Alternative, Doom, Metal, Experimental Rock, Progressive Rock, Dark Ambient


All artwork and photos by Colin Everall


Vancouver-based psychedelic industrial doom duo Post Death Soundtrack craft a dense electric symphony of heathen guitars, brazen bass and a bubbling cauldron of synthesizers and found sounds. The score to the untamed plains of the subconscious. This lays the groundwork over which the inimitable Steve Moore showcases his crushing vocal performances. In each piece, he takes from his hall of faces to embody the essence of a theme, be it scathing fury or enlightened ambivalence. Balancing ferocity and serenity, surrealist absurdity and earworm familiarity.

Conceived in grubby back rooms and underground clubs of inhospitable Calgary, Canada, Post Death Soundtrack initially took inspiration from the same forces that drive young obstinate bands in cities like DC and Austin and Detroit. The cognitive dissonance between the forces that run their town and the forces that run their lives. The original duo of KENNETH BUCK and STEVE MOORE took aim squarely at the hypocrisies of government, religion and mainstream ideology with blinding rage but also tongue firmly in cheek sarcasm. The debut album, 2008’s ‘Music as Weaponry,’ pulls together the wild, brash industrial of Skinny Puppy and Ministry with the hypnotic trip-hop textures of Portishead and Massive Attack to deliver an engrossing indictment of Western culture and an offer to rise above its trappings.

On the heels of the release of ‘Music as Weaponry,’ JON IRESON was recruited to the lineup, adding his own brand of mesmerizing psychedelia to the mix. Now with one foot on the coast in Vancouver, the group set out to create what would become their deep dive inward, ‘The Unlearning Curve.’ Ireson’s affinity for 60s and 70s psychedelic rock, as well as the nebulous electronica that came out of Britain from the likes of Underworld and a techno-age David Bowie, allowed Buck and Moore to take their vocals further down the rabbit hole to fever dream mantras and mad hatter ravings. COLIN EVERALL was brought on board to fill in on drums for a handful of rare live dates, but would also end up contributing his haunting piano piece ‘Through the Gates,’ over which Moore takes the listener on a perilous journey to the “other side.” Relocations, breakups, releasing other projects and a daunting bout with cancer led to the album getting shelved for three long years. In 2016, the loose ends were tied up and ‘The Unlearning Curve’ was unleashed, forging a new brand of psychedelic industrial. A concept album that persisted the notion of seeking beyond the material and the corporeal.

Now, Post Death Soundtrack are back with their most ambitious and vitriolic collection to date, ‘It Will Come Out of Nowhere.’ The group, now streamlined back to a duo, has Ireson at the reins of the sprawling production while Moore takes us on a trip through his tempestuous psyche. The 11 unforgiving tracks explore when calamity comes knocking unexpectedly on your door inspired by betrayal, divorce, personal loss and other blind-sided knocks to the ego. Doom, hip-hop and Indian raga all leech into the groundwater giving the album an unparalleled sonic breadth.

The sardonic trudge-hop of the lead single ‘Chosen Sons’ takes woozy mellotron strings and splices in cryptic samples, digital dive-bombs, a serene Arabian breakdown and a punishing final statement amid the roars of beasts. ‘Expect No Sympathy’ opens with a hoard descending on a village in a surreal wild west scene before launching into a tirade of cold justice. Trumpeting guitar leads and flurries of piano lead the traitor to the gallows. Hip-hop meets doom metal on this stomping hell ride. Redemption can be found on the B side of the record with the Indian cadence of ‘Benediction’ (featuring Lyndsay Johnston) or the zen freedom of ‘Pathless Land,’ but the final word comes in the form of the devastating ‘Bridge Burner.’ A 10-minute epic that boils over with venomous indictments. The fiery eruptions of the song’s opening tirade thicken to oozing lava as the juggernaut slows to a pummeling, sludgy crawl, eventually turning to stone.

‘It Will Come Out of Nowhere’ released on February 15th, 2019 on limited release 2LP vinyl with custom slipcase and currently available on all major streaming platforms.

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