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The Knife @ Terminal 5 (May 1, 2014)

By Will Oliver, May 4th 2014


On Thursday night The Knife wrapped up their Shaking The Habitual tour with the second and final sold out show at Terminal 5in New York City. After all these years and never getting to see The Knife before, it was very cool to finally get to see them. There was a time where I honestly never expected that I would see them live. Read the rest of this entry »

[new]: The Knife – A Tooth For An Eye

By Will Oliver, March 8th 2013

The Knife - A Tooth For An Eye

The Knife’s long awaited new album Shaking The Habitual is getting closer to it’s April 9 release date on Mute Records. We already heard first single “Full of Fire”, and saw it’s eerie video. Now we get the record’s opening track, “A Tooth For An Eye.”

It’s a dense layered track that transforms into many different colors and shapes along its 6-minute journey. Powerful vocals from Karin Dreijer Andersson over all kinds of percussion and beats, impossible to truly process without more than one listen.

They have also released a music video for it, featuring a 4.5-minute edit of the song.

It was directed by Roxy Farhat and Kakan Hermansson. Find it posted below.
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[new]: The Knife – Full Of Fire

By Will Oliver, January 24th 2013 — with 3 comments

The Knife - Full Of Fire

On April 9 The Knife will release Shaking The Habitual, the first album since 2006. It’s been a long wait, but the album is creeping a little bit closer. Today we get that much closer, as we get to hear the new 9-minute single “Full Of Fire.”

It’s a long electronic journey, one that is different than what we got on Silent Shout. Very haunting and creepy at points, only in the way that The Knife would know how.

The Knife Release New Teaser Video, Possibly Hint At New Album

By Will Oliver, December 12th 2012 — with 1 comment

The Knife have just released a short teaser video that is likely a hint at a new album. The video shows the duo mysteriously swinging on swings, along with some creepy music.

The video comes with the following:

Music can be so meaningless.

We had to find lust.

We asked our friends and lovers to help us

If it’s a new album, it’s a big deal. It would be the band’s first album in about 7 years. Check out the video below.

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The Knife Are Working On A New Album

By Will Oliver, April 22nd 2011 — with 1 comment

The Knife are working on a new album that should be released in 2012. The news came from their website earlier today. That’s really all we have to work with, but it’s still exciting.

It would be the first new album from the mysterious Sweedish duo in nearly five years. We’re ready.

Stream : The Knife : Tomorrow, In A Year

By Will Oliver, January 29th 2010 — with 2 comments

The Knife’s new album Tomorrow, In A Year is available to stream here. The album is a collaborative project with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock based on an experimental opera based on Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species.

[New] The Knife – Colouring of Pigeons

By Will Oliver, January 6th 2010 — with 2 comments

It was only yesterday that I made a post telling you about the Knife’s plans to release brand new music for free download through Soundcloud. I didn’t think they would do it 24 hours later! The band put up the dramatic song “Colouring Of Pigeons” which clocks in at a long 11 minutes.

The song is going to be on The Knife’s new album, Tomorrow, In A Year. It isn’t the album that I expected though. It is the recorded version of the experimental opera about Charle’s Darwin’s, On The Origin Of Species that was commisioned by Danish performance group Hotel Pro Forma. They got some help with collabortive partners Planningtorock and Mt. Sims. The band performed it live on stage last September, and now they are ready to share the recorded version to the rest of the world.

They have us “Colouring Of Pigeons” for free online, and it is pretty “out there”. It is very much The Knife, just a lot longer, and even darker. It features vocals from Kristina Wahlin Momme, Lærke Bo Winther, and Jonathan Johansson. It sounds mysteriously cold and distant, helped with the haunting vocals that The Kinfe are known to bring to the table. The guest vocalists take the “creepy” factor to a different level.

[mp3] : The Knife – Colouring of Pigeons

It is cool that we are getting new The Knife. We’ve been waiting for four years to hear new material from them. I am just a little disappointed that this is their new project. I wanted a more….”traditional” album, rather than this coolaboration of an opera. But I guess I can’ be picky with what I get! Afteral, the download was free….

Tomorrow, In A Year comes out digitally Feb 2nd, and on CD March 9th.

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