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Explosions In The Sky is an American band, which formed in Austin, Texas in 1999. Munaf Rayani, Mark Smith, and Michael James had just moved to Austin from Midland, Texas, and drummer Chris Hrasky had just moved to Austin from Rockford, Illinois.

The band quickly gained a reputation for their live shows even amongst other established local bands such as Lift To Experience. They also garnered a small amount of media attention as a result of their second… read more

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  • Avatar for d00prad00
    May 4 at San Diego! Cant wait to see u guys
  • Avatar for meolnir
    the new one is different, but still EITS. thrilling, disturbing, uncomfortable (esp. when considering the underlying concept), but coherent and full of catchy and dreamy melodies.. despite all the unfulfilled expectations, I'm glad they are evolving instead of playing it safe..
  • Avatar for thekillingspree
    New album is alright, I'm most certainly enjoying it. Like someone pointed out, it sounds different from their previous efforts. But it still sounds very EitS-y in its essence. At least they're not turning into some pretentious crap like Radiohead.
  • Avatar for probablypike
    I've got two free tickets for their show at Brighton Dome on the 24th. Give me a shout/message if you fancy them. Thanks.
  • Avatar for NeilTheRockGuru
    Their first album in over 10 years that doesn't sound identical to the last one and people are complaining. I stopped being interested in this band after their 3rd major release because it was too repetitive. At least this one has some character [2]
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  • Avatar for Arthur_Dent_42
    the new album blows. just like "take care" before. this band lost it's mojo completely.
  • Avatar for KillYourselff
    Скатились. The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place - остаётся по-прежнему для меня лучшим.
  • Avatar for Walenta
    Heavy Pop Review:
  • Avatar for MarkBarrois
    Definitely not their most memorable album, but I still dig the album. For me, it is "emotionally rich work", like I read in a review somewhere else.

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