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"Coronal Mass Ejection‘s music consists of cerebral material put forward in a way that is both accessible and an absolute audible pleasure. Listen to it closely and be hypnotized by the layered complexity or just sit back and let it take you away mindlessly. It is that good!" Odyssey @ Metal Nexus

"[A] trio from Philadelphia, have made quite a splash among instrumental music fans of all sorts since the release of their EP...masterful blend of Post-Rock, Doom, Mathrock, and spacey psychedelic music...If Post-Math-Sludge didn’t exist before Coronal Mass Ejection, well, it fucking exists now." Aaron Edwards @ Echoes and Dust

"There’s some seriously mind-blowing shit happening on the five-songs from this three-piece out of Philly, PA…like…monstrously-massive music that hits hard in every direction with passionate instrumentation..." Jer@SBS

"This EP is outstanding. Recommended for fans of Pauwels, Maserati, Tidings, space/psych/rock. Spread the word!"Mike @ 6fortyproject, 6fortyradio, Philadelphia Post-Rock

"This instrumental trio from Philadelphia takes some great post-rock stylings and throws in some heavy doom to keep things interesting. This isn’t your standard Scale the Summit shred-off, it’s a solid display of perfectly complex songwriting. As much as the “post” label fits for the sound, it doesn’t carry some of the baggage that turns people off of the genre. While there are a lot of building up sections, it’s actually pretty consistently aggressive. I can hear some hints of Tool influence pop up here and there (see ~3:30 in “S3FB” or the opening to”Scent of the Moon”), but it’s rare enough to not be a bad thing. Overall, it sounds like great music to listen to live, so I am sure they will be crushing the local scene until they have the means to expand." Joaquin Stick @ Toilet ov Hell www.toiletovhell.com/you-send-me-things-i-listen-to-them-giant-gutter-from-outer-space-and-coronal-mass-ejection/


released February 2, 2016



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Coronal Mass Ejection Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Patrick Wiwel - drums
Steven D'iEva - bass
Vincent Sorgentoni - guitar


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