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CASPIAN are thrilled to share their most recent live session for Audiotree, which features the band playing new songs from their latest studio album Dust and Disquiet including “Echo and Abyss,” “Arcs of Command,” and “Run Dry,” the latter featuring a haunting guest vocal spot from label mate Tanner Merritt ofO’Brother. CASPIAN also performed fan favorite “Fire Made Flesh.”  The band’s session with Audiotree was recorded along a February tour of the East Coast and Midwest with O’BROTHER and DEFEATER which wrapped last week.

The session comes as Caspian kicks off an Asian tour this week. Upon their return to the States, Caspian will continue to support their critically acclaimed full-length Dust and Disquiet (September 2015/Triple Crown Records) by joining Underoath as main support on their 2016 “Rebirth Tour.” The tour, which marks Underoath’s first in several years, kicks off in mid-March and has the bands hitting major venues across the US including the Warfield in San Francisco, the Riviera in Chicago and House of Blues in Boston. The “Rebirth Tour” has already begun to sell out, fans can look for available tickets in their city here.

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Dust and Disquiet is Caspian’s fourth full-length studio album and the follow up to 2012’sWaking Season. Recorded minutes from their hometown at Q Division Studios in Somerville, MA, Caspian again recruited Minus the Bear’s Matt Bayles (Cursive, Screaming Females, Foxing) on producing and mixing duties.  Like its predecessor,Dust and Disquiet earned accolades from the media.   The New York Times premiered the album and noted thatThe Massachusetts post-rock group builds patient, immersive, epic builds that would fit perfectly on a Christopher Nolan soundtrack; the band’s eventual furious, vengeful climaxes are more exhilarating than any Inception button.”  Alternative Press gave them a four-star review, noting that the album “…not only delivers lush grandiosity, but sees Caspian keeping songs relatable without losing any of their customary angelic heft.”  Plus the album had Stereogum, Noisey and Spin weighing in favorably

Tour Dates:

March 21st at Warehouse Live in Houston, TX w/ Underoath
March 22nd at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK w/ Underoath
March 23rd at Aztec in San Antonio, TX w/ Underoath
March 25th at Marquee Theater in Tempe AZ w/ Underoath
March 26th at Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas, NV w/ Underoath
March 28th at Warfield Theater in San Francisco, CA w/ Underoath
March 30th at Showbox SODO in Seattle, WA w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
March 31st at Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 1st at Knitting Factory in Boise, ID w/ Underoath
April 2nd at Complex in Salt Lake City, UT w/ Underoath
April 3rd at Ogden Theater in Denver, CO w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 4th at Midland Theater in Kansas City, MO w/ Underoath
April 6th at Skyway Theater in Minneapolis, MN w/ Underoath
April 7th at Riviera Theater in Chicago, IL w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 8th at Royal Oak Theater in Detroit, MI w/ Underoath
April 9th at Orbit Room in Grand Rapids, MI w/ Underoath
April 10th at The Pageant in St. Louis, MO w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 11th at Rocketown in Nashville, TN w/ Underoath  **SOLD OUT**
April 13th at Agora Theater in Cleveland, OH w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 14th at PlayStation Theater in New York, NY w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 15th at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 16th at Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 17th at House of Blues in Boston, MA w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 19th at Phoenix Concert Theater in Toronto, ON w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 20th at Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD w/ Underoath
April 21th at Norva in Norfolk, VA w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 22th at Amos Southend in Charlotte, NC w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 23rd at Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA w/ Underoath **SOLD OUT**
April 24th at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL w/ Underoath

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