Latest album, ‘The Bones of a Dying World’, becomes best-selling Metal Blade Records Bandcamp release of 2016!
Instrumental post-rock outfit IF THESE TREES COULD TALK has launched a new live video for the track “Berlin”, which is taken from their latest album, The Bones of a Dying World. Filmed at the Complex in Glendale, CA during their recent tour with Driftoff, Spotlights, and Alexander Turnquist, “Berlin” can viewed here:
Recorded at NE Meadow Studios in Akron, OH, The Bones of a Dying World was once again produced and engineered by the band’s own Zack Kelly (drums). Mixing duties were handled by Zack Kelly and Freddie DeMarco while the final master was completed by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. For the album artwork, If These Trees Could Talk called upon long-time designer Charlie Wagers, who worked with the band on their past two releases – Above the Earth, Below the Sky (2009) and Red Forest (2012). After four years of fine-tuning these audio and visual components, the quintet unleashed their Metal Blade Records debut upon the music world in 2016 – and the record went on to become the label’s best-selling release of the year on Bandcamp! To preview and purchase The Bones of a Dying World, please visit: metalblade.com/ifthesetreescouldtalk