GILLIAN CARTER / EYELET split premiere!

We're thrilled to give you the entire stream of the GILLIAN CARTER and EYELET split 7"EP being released on July 10th, 2017 via Zegema Beach Records, ICorrupt Records, Santapogue Media and Puddlejumper Distro!
GILLIAN CARTER and EYELET
One year since the release of their remarkable LP ‘Dreams of Suffocation’ and a split with COMA REGALIA, Florida screamo band GILLIAN CARTER are back with an incredibly enrapturing co-release with Maryland act EYELET, whose excellent EP ‘Error(s)’ apparently did not reveal everything they are capable of. Where loads of classic and modern screamo bands wrap up their sadness in massive maelstroms of violent outbursts, this exceptional split explores the genre’ inherent melancholic and emotional facet more fully. Without losing the overwhleming, ferocious countenance.

“These two songs were recorded live, where we all got to stand in a circle, watching each other. Playing together for the first time as this lineup and in the same room to record. Everyone was grinning at each other in between moments of great concentration and suspense. Everything fell right into place in that room, and I will never forget the joy I experienced over what me and my brothers had accomplished together on that day. NEVER.” – Craig, EYELET

“Our 2 Gilly Jamz were written in 2014 & recorded in 2015. Eyelet is the homie & so is Colin Czerwiński & his artwork.” – Logan, GILLIAN CARTER

The split comes out on 500 7″ copies: 250 on pink and 250 on purple. The official release date is July 10th, 2017. Pre-orders are up now via Zegema Beach Records and I.Corrupt.RecordsSantapogue Media and Puddlejumper Distro will provide their links soon.

GO HERE to read our interview with GILLIAN CARTER and check out the player below to listen to the newest audio interview with the band’s Logan Rivera, recorded on June 6th, 2017 by Open Mind / Saturated Brain blog.

In other news, GILLIAN CARTER have recently released a documentary of the band on tour through Mexico in 2017. It was a 12 day tour featuring bands from other countries traveling through central and North Mexico – you can watch the full thing below. They also dropped a remastered version of their 2007 record ‘The Flood that came after the Storm‘, which contained 10 re-recorded demo tracks from the 2005-2006 era. Listen below.

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