Joy Wants Eternity has been creating instrumental post-rock out of Seattle, Washington since 2003. The band formed as a result of a "musicians wanted" ad placed in The Stranger, a local weekly. Since then, the band has put out three releases, embarked on 2 West Coast tours, and completed their first full US Tour in the fall of 2008.
The Six Parts Seven was formed in 1996 by brothers Allen Karpinski and Jay Karpinski (playing guitar and drums, respectively), who had earlier played with Old Hearts Club, a band of similar style (but with vocals).
This Is Your Captain Speaking are a post-rock instrumental group from Victoria, Australia. The debut album from 'This Is Your Captain Speaking' Storyboard was released independently in Australia in May 2005. Clocking in at just under 66 minutes, the album's seven tracks were recorded live in a primary school library.
Lymbyc Systym, formed in 2001, is an American instrumental band from Tempe, Arizona consisting of brothers Jared Bell and Michael Bell. Their sound combines elements of instrumental rock and electronic music.
Followed by Ghosts is an instrumental band from Iowa, United States. Drawing influences from post-rock innovators Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Explosions In The Sky, they have created their own melodic brand of instrumental guitar rock.
From Monument to Masses was a politically-charged post-rock band which was founded in San Francisco in late 2000. They have released four albums to date, the latest full-length of which was released through Dim Mak on March 10th, 2009.
Beware of Safety, commonly abbreviated as BoS, is an instrumental post-rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band plays sprawling, instrumental rock that could be classified as post-metal, post-rock, and even math rock at some points. They have released 4 albums and 1 split 7" to date
Gifts From Enola was a band from Harrisonburg, Virginia that formed in 2005 and split up in 2013. They juxtapose elements of post-rock with a burgeoning hard-rock approach and a touch of the "experimental" style, to soften that harshness. Some songs explode with blistering intensity and then sink slowly back into sonic landscapes with a milder disposition.
There are two artists with the name Caspian: 1. Caspian is an American instrumental rock band from Beverly, Massachusetts. The band formed in Autumn of 2003 and played their first concert in August of 2004. Early history: 2003-2004
1. Giants (US)
Giants are an American post-rock band which began in late summer of 2005. Since then the band has completed multiple full U.S. tours and have released an E.P. and two full length albums, They, The Undeserving in 2007 (Medical Abuse Records (CD) and The Mylene Sheath (vinyl)) and Old Stories in 2008 (Cavity Records (CD/Vinyl)).
I Hear Sirens is an American Post-Rock band that formed in the fall of 2005. Drawing inspiration from Indie Rock, Post-Hardcore and Ambient generes their sound seamlessly drifts between haunting melodies and climactic crescendos. The band currently consists of guitarist Daved Harris, bassist Adrienne Robson, keyboardist Eric Olofson and drummer David Qualls.