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Listen to Jinjer performing a new unreleased song live

Ukrainian progressive masters Jinjer just kicked off their headline North American tour in St. Louis, MO. The band presented rather interesting setlist with a mix of old and new songs, including hits like “Pisces”, “Captain Clock” and “Ape”, during the first sold-out show. Of course, they didn’t forget about their new release “Macro” that’s coming out on October 25. Besides already released first single “Judgement (& Punishment)”, Jinjer also live premiered an unreleased song, supposedly titled “Retrospection”. You can watch fan-recorded footage with the track below.

Jinjer on their upcoming record: “Going from small things to bigger ones is the natural order of things, and we’ve paved a path from “Micro” to “Macro”, carrying the weight of feelings, emotions and experience. This is a monumental point in the story of Jinjer, the quintessence of what makes us what we are now as the people and as a band. We are proud of every single note sung and played on “Macro” and can’t wait for you to give it a listen!”

“Macro” is available for pre-order in the following formats:

  • 1 CD Jewel Case (20 Page Booklet)
  • LP Gatefold BLACK
  • LP Gatefold SPLATTER (strictly limited to 500)
  • LP Gatefold GREEN TRANSPARENT (strictly limited to 500)
  • Deluxe Box – including Music Cassette, lyric book, tote bag, signed autograph cards (strictly limited)
  • Digital Album

Don’t miss the band on a European tour with The Agonist in November/December 2019. See the dates here.

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