US post-metal trio Girih has just shared a new song off their forthcoming second album “Ikigai”, due out on vinyl and digital formats on October 14th via A Thousand Arms and dunk!records.
Named after the Japanese conceptual philosophy of finding purpose and fulfillment, the eight-track release was recorded at Wachusett Recording Co. by GIRIH and Mike Moschetto, who also engineered and mixed the album, and was mastered by Zach Weeks.
GIRIH formed in 2016 in New Hampshire and released their debut album “Eigengrau” in 2018, which was met with great critical acclaim and allowed them to play numerous shows throughout their local scene, including a slot in 2019’s Post Festival.
Comprised of Alex Paul (guitar), Brian Luttrell (guitar), and Jeremy Dingman (drums), GIRIH made significant strides towards improving and evolving their sound, and the new effort “Ikigai” is not merely a continuation of their impressive capabilities; it is an evolutionary progression in every tangible facet of their artistry.
Band photo: (c) Mariah LaVache
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