Kambodsja – Norwegian Math-Rock/Post-Hardcore Outfit Announce New Album “Resilient”

Kambodsja – Norwegian Math-Rock/Post-Hardcore Outfit Announce New Album “Resilient”
Reveal Music Video For New Track “Idlemind” Via Heavy Blog Is Heavy
Norwegian post-hardcore/math-rock outfit KAMBODSJA will release their fifth studio album “Resilient” on September 29th via Mas-Kina Recordings (Beaten To Death, Grant The Sun, She Said Destroy, etc…)

The follow-up to the band’s critically lauded fourth album “Stranger” from 2016, was once again produced by Øyvind R. Gundersen (Sibiir, Rumble in Rhodos, Hanne Kolstø, Louien ++) and sees KAMBODSJA pushing their aggressive and complex music into new and exciting directions. Pre-orders will be announced soon.

Today, the band shared a music video for advance single “Idlemind” via Heavy Blog Is Heavy, who had this to say about the track “Idlemind”, which opens the album, is just as influenced by Manic Street Preachers as it is And So I Watch You From Afar, creating a track that is both dreamy and very present, catapulted forwards by the momentum created by the band’s dedication to groove.” 

Watch “Idlemind” video here.

The first single, “Idlemind”, is the catchiest and most positive song on the album musically, despite the fact that the lyrics paint a portrait of someone struggling to find meaning in life and being able to make the change needed to find it. Offers the band about this advance track.

Kambodsja from Drammen in Norway is one of the most respected long lived underground bands in Norway. The band only cares about making the music that comes most naturally to them there and then, without any particular guidelines, dogmas or genre rules. This happens to result in what some have described as a mixture of skewed metal, energetic punk and progressive indie rock. For Kambodsja, music is not just a genre, but an attitude and working method characterized by curiosity and exploration rather than using old recipes.