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MUSK OX: Invisible Oranges Streams Inheritance From Canadian Chamber Folk Trio Featuring Members Of Leprous, The Night Watch, And The Visit; Record To See Release This Friday, July 9th!

MUSK OX‘s impending Inheritance shows the band completely transformed from the metallic folkisms which defined their earlier works, now concentrating on the complexities of modern chamber music and the delicate touch of practiced classical guitar…Citing influences from a wide array of artists… MUSK OX‘s many tendrils grasp onto individual elements from their influences and creates a megalith which casts a daunting shadow.” — Invisible Oranges
Stream MUSK OX’s Inheritance LP HERE.
Invisible Oranges is currently streaming Inheritance, the anticipated new full-length from Canadian chamber folk trio MUSK OX. The premiere arrives on the eve of the record’s official release, Friday, July 9th.

 Inheritance comes seven years since MUSK OX’s critically adored Woodfall full-length. Despite the long wait between albums however, the musicians within MUSK OX have remained prolific.

Since 2014, MUSK OX classical guitarist Nathanael Larochette released a solo double album, a collaboration with poet Conyer Clayton, and two acclaimed full-lengths with the instrumental chamber metal quartet The Night Watch, of which MUSK OX violinist Evan Runge is also a member, while cellist Raphael Weinroth-Browne’s staggering output saw the debut release of the haunting cello/voice project The Visit, three improvised world music albums with the duo Kamancello, a stunning solo album and two full-length records with Norwegian prog masters Leprous as well as continuous appearances as a session musician. 

Containing some of the group’s most ambitious as well as intimate material, Inheritance is a cathartic collection where wordless hymns of worry and wonder form the stirring soundtrack to an uncertain age of reckoning, reflection, and resilience. Writes Invisible Oranges of the breathtaking release, “MUSK OX‘s impending Inheritance shows the band completely transformed from the metallic folkisms which defined their earlier works, now concentrating on the complexities of modern chamber music and the delicate touch of practiced classical guitar.

Featuring long-form compositions and fragile instrumental interplay, the densely composed Inheritance plays out more like a progressive rock album than a folk album. Citing influences from a wide array of artists… MUSK OX‘s many tendrils grasp onto individual elements from their influences and creates a megalith which casts a daunting shadow.” Stream Inheritance alongside an in-depth interview with the band exclusively at Invisible Oranges at THIS LOCATION View the band’s previously released video for “Memoriam” HERE.  Inheritance will be released independently July 9th on CD, LP, and digital formats. Find preordering options at THIS LOCATION. 





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