Isis To Release Posthumous Live Records


Not one, not two…not even three, but FIVE live records. That’s right, tykes. The mighty Isis have five live records coming at you. The news comes a year after the band announced it was disbanding.

The digital releases begin with Live I 9.23.03, a four-song, forty-minute recording from a performance at The Fillmore in San Francisco, which will be available on May 31.

Each subsequent recording will be released at two week intervals, with dates and album specifics after the jump.

The band’s last studio album, Wavering Radiant, came in 2009, and now, the various former members of Isis are working on new projects.

Mike Gallagher has been scoring films, Aaron Turner’s working with Faith Coloccia on Mamiffer and House of Low Culture, while Jeff Caxide has been working on something called Crone. Clifford Meyer is working on two new projects: Windmills By The Ocean and Taiga as well as continuing with Red Sparowes. Aaron Harris is producting, and working on a Lesser Key’s album at the moment.

Live I 9.23.03; May 31, 2011
Track listing:
1. Carry
2. Weight
3. Hym
4. The Beginning and the End

Live II 03.19.03; June 14, 2011 (recorded in Stockholm, Sweden)
Track listing:
1. From Sinking
2. Glisten
3. Carry
4. Weight
5. The Beginning and the End
6. Celestial (Ext./Alt. Version)

Live III 12.17.04; June 28, 2011 (recorded at The Launchpad in Albuquerque)
Track listing:
1. So Did We
2. Backlit
3. The Beginning and the End
4. In Fiction
5. Wills Dissolve
6. Grinning Mouths
7. Altered Course

Live IV Selections 2001 – 2005; July 12, 2011 (portions recorded in Boston, Philadelphia, and CBGBs in New York)
Track listing:
1. Gentle Time
2. Glisten
3. CFT
4. Celestial
5. Improv 1 (Endless Nameless)
6. False Light
7. The Weight (feat. Justin Chancellor and Troy Ziegler)

Live V 07.23.06; July 26, 2011 (recorded in London)
Track listing:
1. The Beginning and the End
2. The Other
3. False Light
5. -/Maritime
6. Weight
7. From Sinking
8. Hym

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