Save Us From The Archon Releases “L’Eclisse”

Kicked off national tour with Intervals, Plini and Angel Vivaldi
Save Us From The Archon is extremely proud to release their Tragic Hero Records label debut album, “L’Eclisse”. The band is excited for fans to hear the direction they took this album in musically. Guitarist Andrew Cresto explains, “with L’Eclisse, we’ve created a soundscape that mimics our internal consciousness and all the emotions contained within in an attempt to clearly identify one’s true persona. Shifting between fast paced punk stanzas and soft melodic interludes, L’Eclisse is our truest and most violent sound to date.”
“L’Eclisse” got it’s title from a 1962 Italian movie with the same name. Cresto describes the correlation between the two, “the film is a monument of Italian Neo Realist Cinema and directly reflects the themes of existentialism and alienation that the album reflects upon.”
Save Us From The Archon kicked off their national tour with Intervals, Plini and Angel Vivaldi on 3/17 and will be on the road until the tour wraps up on 4/23.
The album is available physically at Merchbucket and digitally at the outlets below:
3/17 Quebec City, QC @ L’Anti
3/18 Montreal, QC @ Bar le Ritz PDB
3/19 Ottawa, ON @ Ritual
3/20 Hamilton, ON @ The Underground
3/21 London, ON @ Rum Runners
3/23 Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
3/25 New York, NY @ Santo’s
3/26 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
3/28 Detroit, MI @ Pike Room
3/29 Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s
3/30 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
3/31 Minneapolis, MN @ Amsterdam
4/1 Omaha, NE @ Lookout Lounge
4/3 Denver, CO @ The Roxy Theater
4/4 Salt Lake City, UT @ Billboard Live
4/5 Spokane, WA @ The Pin
4/6 Seattle, WA @ Studio 7
4/7 Portland, OR @ Bossa Nova Ballroom
4/8 Reno, NV @ PB&J’s
4/9 Petaluma, CA @ Phoenix Theater
4/11 Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour
4/13 Mesa, AZ @ Pub Rock
4/16 Ft Worth, TX @ The Rail Club
4/17 Houston, TX @ Walter’s
4/18 Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog
4/19 Birmingham, AL @ Syndicate Lounge
4/20 Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn
4/21 Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
4/22 Lancaster, PA @ Launch Music Conference
4/23 Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Music Hall
About Save Us From The Archon:
Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Save Us From The Archon (SUFTA) has sculpted a unique sound that is, at once, aggressive, chaotic, heartfelt, and hypnotic.  Fast paced angular progressions are counterbalanced by soothing mellow interludes.  The broad dynamics are tied together by their progressive foundation with a distinct melodic sentiment.  While SUFTA’s compositions nod to influences spanning math rock, metal, and punk, their sound is unmistakable.
On their new album L’Eclisse, one will find no human voice.  While many bands depend upon a vocalist to express their creative vision, no words are necessary for SUFTA. Their expressive writing and poignant playing tell a vibrant story all their own.
SUFTA remains true to their DIY ethic on L’Eclisse as they wrote, recorded, and produced the record themselves.  But, to further expand upon their vision, they have enlisted help to bring this new offering to life.  The record marks their debut for Tragic Hero Records.  Anthony Calebretta (Protest the Hero, Intervals) is mixing and mastering.
Andrew Cresto (Guitar), Nelson Brooks (Guitar), Samantha Zunich (Bass), Devin Greig (Drums) have been playing together for several years and multiple albums, continually exploring their sound and refining their craft.  Now, with L’Eclisse, SUFTA presents listeners with a snapshot of their latest evolution.
SUFTA’s Tragic Hero debut is out on March 18th, 2016.  See them live across the U.S. with Intervals, Plini, and Angel Vivaldi March 17th – April 23rd.
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