Pink Frost premiere “Where Days Go”

Pink Frost premiere remastered version of "Where Days Go", from their remastered 2011 album 'Gargoyle Days',

Chicago quartet Pink Frost premiere a new track today from the upcoming release of a completely remixed and remastered debut album, Gargoyle Days. Originally released under the band’s previous moniker Apteka in 2011, Gargoyle Days has been painstakingly reworked from the original analog tapes.

Now the 9-song album packs even more punch and sonic breadth representative of the band’s live sound. Plus, with new artwork and under the band’s new name, it’s not just a polished artifact, but a rebirth for the album.

Pink Frost is currently in the studio recording the followup to their 2014 album Sundowning,

Like Sundowning and last fall’s Traitors EP, the new album is also being recorded at Steve Albini’s legendary Electrical Audio in Chicago with engineer Gregoire Yeche. It promises more of Pink Frost’s intense yet always tuneful signature of heavy-yet-droning hook-laden anthemic rock.

Pink Frost has drawn bands ranging from Ride and Dinosaur Jr. to Deerhunter and beyond. Gargoyle Days was mixed with Adam Stilson, mastered by Jason Ward and will be available on CD and download via Smart Like Virus Records on December 4th, 2015.

Artist: Pink Frost
Album: Gargoyle Days
Label: Smart Like Virus Records
Release Date: December 4th, 2015

01) Gargoyle Days
02) Striking Violet
03) In Clouds
04) Where Days Go
05) This Time
06) Voices
07) Gravesend
08) Monterey
09) We Know Time