Interview with Karnivool: A World Of Their Own

A few years ago, a friend of mine recommended a few albums to me. One of the selections was Karnivool’s Themata, and it couldn’t have impressed me anymore. (It eventually became a staple in my daily listen.) In February 2010, their next record, Sound Awake, was released. Almost …

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Karnivool: Asymmetry

It’s been four years since the release of Karnivool’s Sound Awake. There’s been lots of hype with their new LP, Asymmetry, and it is something that I have been looking forward to for quite some time. Fans may have already heard “We Are” and “The Refusal,” as the …

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Top Ten Albums Of 2010, According To Our Writers

This was the most picked record from our writers. Click through to see what else we liked.

Daniel Alleva

1. The Arcade Fire/The Suburbs/Merge

2. Interpol/Interpol/Matador

3. Deerhunter/Halcyon Digest/4AD

4. Deftones/Diamond Eyes/Reprise/Warner Bros.

5. The Futureheads/The Chaos/Nul Records

6. Vampire …

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Karnivool: Progress Beyond Sound

It’s been three years since Australia’s Karnivool released their debut album, Themata in the United States. After touring our great country several times over, the whispers about them have reached a deafening crescendo. It’s really not enough to say that Karnivool are good. They are the present and future of …

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Karnivool: Sound Awake

If there is one modern progressive rock band has a real chance to break into the mainstream, it’s Australia’s Karnivool. One of the most popular rock acts in their native country, the band has only recently begun garnering a U.S. fan base, captivating listeners with their unique, panoramic sound.

There …

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