Swiss post-progressive rockers The Kompressor Experiment streamed brand new EP “KMPXP”

Swiss post-progressive rockers The Kompressor Experiment streamed brand new EP ‘KMPXP’.

Out now on Limited Deluxe LP Edition & Digital through Sunday Fog Records

As announced a few days ago with the music video of the song “Hippocampus Spatial Transmigration” : about 14 months after the release of their album ‘2001’, Swiss post-prog rockers The Kompressor Experiment just officially released a brand new EP called ‘KMPXP’ available right now on a very limited 10′ LP edition & Digital through Sunday Fog Records.

In addition to the official release-news, the band also shared the whole EP on Bandcamp, Spotify and the Wherepostrockdweels YouTube channel.

Official statement

“The Kompressor Experiment rearranges two older songs and compiles them into an EP named « KMPXP ».

Recorded in a few days during the summer of 2020 by Ludovic Volper (Méandre), Bronko, a longer track from the first album « Douze » and Hippocampus Spatial Transmigration, one of the oldest pieces of the band, here take on a more modern, dark and violent fashion than before. Recalling sometimes the syncopated styles of The Ocean or even Leprous.”

…For the record…
THE KOMPRESSOR EXPERIMENT is a quartet from Sion (Switzerland) which offers a blend of instrumental progressive rock, metal, stoner rock and post-rock. The band adds to this genre-mix some innovative sounds and tries to push the traditionnal boundaries of rock music.

The musical side of this uncommon project is entwined with a strong visual identity. The band’s enclosed with cinematic esoteric visuals and adds to its shows some mesmerizing abstract video projections.Having recorded an amateur demo in 2013 and played a dozen gigs around Switzerland eversince, THE KOMPRESSOR EXPERIMENT gets into the DIY process of recording its first studio album called ‘DOUZE’ in 2016.

Three years later TKE gave birth to a second full-length effort called ‘2001’ inspired by the cult movie from Stanley Kubrick.

For fans of Long Distance Calling, Leprous, Russian Circles, The Ocean…..

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