Knoxville based alt/prog-rockers Luminoth released their third album today, and it's a good one. Produced by Brian Vodinh of 10 Years, Other Worlds And Allegories is hard yet beautiful, intense at times, and melodious at times. It has shades of Coheed and a hint of Tool, but the end product is something all its own, carving out Luminoth's place in the vast alt-rock genre. The song posted above, "Innocence" is the first single from the album, and if you've never heard Luminoth's music before, it's a good first song to get acclimated to their work.
Other Worlds And Allegories is available on iTunes, Spotify, and most other major digital music retailers. Or, if you'd rather, you can pick up a physical copy on Saturday, July 5th at their CD release show. They'll be playing The Concourse at The International with fellow Knoxville bands Deconbrio and Lines Taking Shape, both of which are well worth the time if you want to check them out as well.
If you want to hear more of Luminoth's music, you can check out their Reverbnation page.
And for no good reason, here's a picture of Luminoth's bassist, John Springer, enjoying some coffee. Click that picture to view/like their facebook page.