Solstice Coil launches crowdfunding campaign to record new album

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Solstice Coil, Israel’s first alt-prog-rock band formed on the web, has officially launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance the band’s upcoming third album on indiegogo.

After self-producing and self-financing the successful debut ‘A Prescription for Paper Cuts’ (2005) and its follow-up ‘Natural Causes’ (2011), Solstice Coil is joining the latest trend in the industry and turning to its fans for help in financing the creation of the band’s new album.

Fans who choose to pledge for the album will receive a variety of unique rewards including special credit on the album, stickers, an exclusive remixed version of A Prescription for Paper Cuts, and more.

The more creative fans will even get the chance to partake in the actual album by recording vocals for one of the songs, and even sending in their own lyrics for Solstice Coil to compose and record.

The campaign features a humoristic video much akin to the band’s 2011 Dream Theater Parody, which scored Solstice Coil some major internet points. The indiegogo video includes some very surprising guests.

The first 100 people to pledge and preorder the album will receive a significant discount. This fundraiser has a fixed goal of 6,000, which means it’s all or nothing – so if you’re a Solstice Coil fan don’t wait and pledge now!

To watch the video, here it is….

Captain SIB Show – Episode 23 – Merry Xmas and Happy SIB’ings

Jingle bells Batman smells indeed. Its Christmas and Captain SIB present to you a magical collection of music.
This week, the glorious Diamond make their debut with a tasty little mince pie.
As an extra special Yuletide treat we decided to play some of the best bands that have featured throughout the year.
So stuff your giblets into festive oblivion and merrily ding dong from upon high. Enjoy the medication that is Captain SIB.

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This week you will hear…

  • IL Malpertugio – Deranged
  • Firebug – Paradise
  • We Could Build an Empire – Easy
  • Solstice Coil – Singalong Deathtrap
  • Leaders Led – Can’t Turn Back
  • Diamond – Fly Solo
  • Annie Stevenson – TV Took My Soul
  • People On Vacation – She Was the Only One
  • The Roboteers – On the Edge
  • Ultra Mega Technoband Stefan – Twisted Up
  • Tunnelmental Experimental Assembly – Charlie Said
  • Greg X – As the World Spins Round
  • Show Notes.

  • Pick up Il Malpertugio’s new album “Sunset Screaming” now.
  • Pick up the fantastic new single from Firebug called “Used to Be” now from their Itunes.
  • You can get the brand new, self titled album by We Could Build an Empire now from their Itunes.
  • Solstice Coil can be found through Melodic Revolution Records.
  • Pick up some fancy merch from Diamond in their little shop.
  • “The Carry On” is the EP by People on Vacation, get it now on their Itunes.
  • The exciting self titled debut album from The Roboteers is a great buy.
  • We would like to finish by thanking all of the artists and labels that have given us such a great selection of bands this year.
    Also we would like to thank you, the listener, for showing your support and for making our rise to podcast domination possible. Remember all the shows are archived here on CaptainSIB.com for your listening pleasure. Keep on SIB’ing and happy holidays to all.

    Peace.

    SIB

    The Captain SIB Show Episode 15 – It’s High Noon


    Welcome one and all to another dose of fine musical medication.
    This week we take a wander into the land of Americana with some great tracks. James McMurtry’s “We Can’t Make it Here” won an American Music Award in 2006.
    Some fine magical talent this week from Agent Cooper. Mike from the band also worked on Fozzy’s “WormWood” track from Chasing the Grail.

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    Gather round and be amazed. More fine music discovered on NoiseTrade.com.
    To download the show just right click on download and save target/link as.

    On this episode you will hear…

  • Closeaway Victoria
  • The Suburbians Breathe
  • Slightly Stoopid Know You Rider
  • Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Seven Mile Island
  • James McMurtry We can’t Make it Here
  • Trent Dabbs Leave to See
  • DoDriver Life Changes Everything
  • Agent Cooper Mother
  • Solstice Coil Designed Instincts
  • Offset Season Tonight
  • Radio Drive Northern Lights
  • NOTES :

  • Thanks to BAM Music for The Suburbiansbandcamp
  • Check out Trent Dabbs album on NoiseTrade.com
  • Slightly Stoopid are managed by Silverback Artist Management
  • Jason Isbell and James McMurtry come to us thanks to Lightning Rod Records
  • Check out their recently announced co-headline tour and get yourself a music sampler FREE
  • Agent Cooper come to us thanks to ProgRock Records
  • Solstice Coil can be found with Melodic Revolution Records

  • The Captain SIB Show – Episode 3 – Music falling from my ass

    Welcome to episode 3 of The Captain SIB Show
    In this episode we find Iain getting right down to it. Has his medication been changed?
    There is plenty of new music from Scotland and an excellent 2 track special from the ancient egyptian gods of funk Here Come the Mummies

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    The voices are coming into their own and it almost seems like he is becoming comfortable with his new friends.
    Listen as stories are told, from eye poking to Mongolian marshmallows.
    Subject matter is somewhat a mystery. You will find yourself laughing with sympathy for old Doobie Doo. You may feel the urge to run around in circles wearing nothing but tin-foil pants, that is ok in the land of SIB.

    You will also hear this lot…

  • Dress To Kill Pay Our Rent
  • Annie Stevenson Freedom Town
  • The Roboteers On the Edge
  • ZelaZowa Autum
  • Solstice Coil  Singalong Deathtrap
  • The Red Show Woman Divide
  • Trails By Night We Escape
  • Here Come the Mummies Pants
  • Here Come the Mummies Freak Flag
  • Tim Bennett Anybody
  • Longest Day Breath More Air