Our new single, Bone Star, is out now. Two new songs, Bone Star and Grip (Vertigo #1) can be downloaded from http://theinfinitethree.bandcamp.com/album/bone-star
Bone Star itself will be available on iTunes from Monday, but Grip (Vertigo #1) is exclusive to our website and is unavailable elsewhere. We’ve also included high-res artwork and a printable pdf booklet.
This is the first fruit of our intense recording sessions from the Summer, and we’re very pleased with the outcome! There is more to come, and of course the full length album is still due to be released early next year.
Click the artwork above to get hold of your copy, or drop us your email address on the right of this page and we’ll gladly send you the single.
Let us ascend towards universal heat death.
We’re in the middle of mixing the new album, which should be ready for your beautiful ears early in the new year. Here is a short video composed of our collective fragmented memory of the recording sessions which took place over the Summer.
You may be interested to know that we’ll be performing some songs from our new album, along with various pieces of improvised, chaotic, repetitive noise at the following places and times:
30th September at The Islington (with FuckShovel)
11th October at Plough & Harrow (with History Of Guns).
It would be splendid to see you at either or both of these gigs. Print out the flyer on the left and selotape it to your face. Your beautiful face.
Last Tuesday we convened at a studio space in North East London, set up some microphones, lit a candle for the ancestors and pummelled our way through several new songs. Repeating them endlessly until we no longer knew who we were or why we were there. The intense heat and humidity on Tuesday only added to the surreal sensation of collectively grappling with some immense mentally retarded beast.
Now we have the task of sifting through the mess we made to select our favourite takes of each song. More recording next week, with some preliminary mixing in the meantime. The album itself is still nameless, but some of the new song titles include Mother Iron, The Tongue, Bone Star, False Locusts… More news very soon.
The new music we’ve been working on is taking on a very different shape to the previous album and we’re trembling, dribbling and twitching at the thought of showing it to you in all it’s universal ugliness/beauty.
Those of you who have seen us play recently will have heard a few of the new songs already… I’ll refrain from describing how excited I am about them and instead tell you that at a recent live show, Sam overheard a man in the audience mumble despairingly “when will this ever end?”
I seem to remember the man in question looked as if he had been crying, or like he’d been having emotionally exhausting sex with someone he cares about deeply, yet whose name he cannot remember.
We’re pleased to say that some of our music can be streamed on Earbits Free Online Radio. Take a listen to Protein Song here. For more info on Earbits, visit them here.
To celebrate Record Store day we’ve made a special edition of our very first release, the Medium Term Strategy EP from 2009.
This new edition is available as a limited edition CD in a black digipak, each with a hand-drawn illustration on the cover. Each one is unique! It’s also available as a high quality download (pay whatever you want)
This special edition of the EP includes an additional, previously unreleased track recorded around the same time, ‘Test Beak / Test Claw’.
Weird, messy, largely improvised and originally issued as a “work in progress”, Medium Term Strategy captures the embryonic sparks of the first couple of Infinite Three sessions.
The hatching of the egg.
You can pre-order the CD now. (We’ll have them ready to send out to you by this weekend)
Here’s a new song recorded live at The Bread & Roses. It’s called Bone Star and a version of it will appear on the next album. (hopefully with slightly less inebriated vocals!)
Our next show is on Saturday 13th April at the opening event for Silence Kit, a new night of live alternative music at The Bread & Roses, Clapham. ElectroMud and One Man Destruction Show will also be making noises at you.
We’ll be performing even more new material at this show; new songs which will eventually form part of our next album (which we’re aiming to complete in time for Summer)
Here is a map describing the physical location of the venue: goo.gl/maps/cWIpc, And here, if you are so inclined, is the Facebook event page. Bring your skin and your bones and everything inbetween. Free entry.