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.
We’re playing this Saturday 23rd February at Mother Live, Old Street, London.
Little Death Machine and Hearse Pileup will also be making noises at you, along with headliners The Reverends.
Entrance is £5 if you let us know that you’re coming (leave a comment here or email email@example.com) ..otherwise it’s £6 on the door.
Stage times to be confirmed, but come early as there’s a FREE shot of Jägermeister for the first 25 people through the door!
Everything begins at 8pm.
And we shall be playing a new song called Mother Iron.
Our first show of the new year will be at Power Lunches, Dalston, London on Tuesday 8th January 2013. The Murder Act will also be performing their acidic noise-rock..
There is no formal entry fee but we would appreciate a donation of a couple of quid (or less, or more, whatever you can afford).
ALL money goes to the charity WAR CHILD. They need it.
Here’s the facebook event page, if you’re that way inclined.
And here is a map..
This is becoming an annual tradition for The Infinite Three.. Here is our annual sonic ritual to ease the birth of the new sun. Otherwise known as our “Christmas single”…
11 minutes of new music for you.. It’s a free download, but tips are always welcome.
Without wishing to turn this post into a hard-sell.. you might also be interested to know that we have some beautiful new t-shirts available with the symmetrical double-headed stag design:
Screen printed onto ethically sourced 100% cotton shirts. Purchase of the t-shirt includes a free download of WINTER SOLSTICE XXI-XII-MMXII in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
That’s all for now.. except to say thank you to all of you who have supported us in 2012. May your plate be bountiful in the coming new year.
Huge thanks to everyone who came out to The Black Heart the other night. Here’s a loud, smashed-up room recording of ‘Pearls’ from Monday’s set:
We will be engaging in further acts of public self-immolation in the very near future…
We shall be playing very loud music using our bodies at the first ‘Stay Ugly’ event at The Black Heart, Camden on Monday the 10th of December..
This will be our second gig with the excellent Paul Middleton playing drums. Those of you familiar with the noises of Cindytalk will know that Mr Middleton is a gentleman of supernatural physical strength and a sense of funk so holy it can cause instant orgasms in most living mammals.
In addition to wallowing in the horrible ecstasy of The Infinite Three, your beautiful ears will also be aroused by the sounds of Little Death Machine, Field of Wolves, Armada of Secrets and The Murder Act.
There’s a facebook event page for the gig here if you’re that way inclined. And here’s a map: http://goo.gl/maps/4u4Ev
It’s free to get in, which means you’ll have more cash to spend on destroying your body with alcohol.
Here is the official video for ‘Feathers‘ created for us by the excellent Mr Peter Dahl Collins of Slunq.