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The Foreign Resort ‎– New Frontiers

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about

Produced, engineered and mixed by John Fryer

Recorded at Black Tornado Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark

Mastered by Chris Cline at Studio Wonder of Sound, San Antonio, Texas

For more info visit: theforeignresort.com/site/theband

For cassette version visit: theforeignresort.com/site/new-frontiers-us-release-today/

Released by LaCzar Records / Moon Sounds Records / Reptile Music / Ignition / Sad Cactus Records

PRESS:

“They’ve nailed the dramatic yet danceable sound that has powered alternative radio stations’ Saturday night playlists for years.” (7.8/10) – Surviving the Golden Age

“…this Danish trio are more than capable of also delivering fizzing Post Punk (‘New Frontiers’), feedback drenched noise pop (the well named ‘Dark White’) and some dreamy, melancholic semi-ballads ( ‘Dead Leaves’, ‘Quiet Again’). All of these different elements combine together to give The Foreign Resort a contemporary identity all of their own…” – Echoes and Dust

“New Frontiers leaves no room for harsh critique for it is, in a word, flawless. Simultaneously current, fresh and vibrant while wrapping the listener in a fine mist of yesteryear”. – Gothic Beauty Magazine

“…absolutely epic, intense sounding with huge sounding drums, incredible, almost overpowering guitars. Check out The Foreign Resort if you dig stuff like Nine Inch Nails, Interpol, Editors, or Placebo.” – The Revue

“The songs don’t give away all their secrets at once, but when they finally do, you’ll be astounded by their intricacy and devastating honesty.” – Listening Post: Four records you should hear this week

“Personally, the album is some of the best Danish music I have ever heard.” (5/5) – Bands of Tomorrow

“The Foreign Resort is here with this wall of sound created by those loud Shoegaze guitars, refined New Wave Post Punk, and electronic intensity. This is a perfectly paced record, and it’s irresistible.” – This is Gothic Rock

“..the feeling of listening to a thoughtful, consistent and coherent album, is one of New Frontiers’ major strengths.”
(5/6) – GF Rock

“…it is “Flushed”, which for me is the album’s clear highlight. It simply has everything: The good, recognizable, yet surprisingly structure (both in relation to melody and structure), evil synth bass, tearing guitars and epic ups and downs.” (4.5/6) – Undertoner

“…the album is completely convincing from start to finish.” – Rock Impressions

“It’s very, very easy to fall in love with this passionate journey.” – Clank For Breakfast

“With „New Frontiers” The Foreign Resort delivered a well-thought, complete album.” – Good Because Danish

“New Frontiers ” is a cross-cutting work that plunges into the blood stream…” – Son of Flies

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released January 1, 2014

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