Sunday, August 31, 2014
Pics of Pink Floyd's New Album Master Disc Arise
If you had suspicions that the new Pink Floyd album Endless River may have been a hoax, the band has just released photos that should quell them.
The photos were taken as the master discs arrived where it will be pressed at Quality Sound Pressings in Salina, KS. One of the spokespeople from QSP says, “We’re ecstatic that QRP was chosen to press The Endless River on vinyl and proud that our recent pressing of The Division Bell was so highly received. When we say we press the world’s finest-sounding LPs, we mean it.”
The Endless River it seems will be a double album. It will be Pink Floyd's first release of brand new material since their 1994 release The Division Bell. It will contain keyboard recordings that were recorded in some of the band's final sessions in the mid-90's by the late Richard Wright, who died in 2008 and was the band's keyboard player.
The album is set to come out this October. Many of the songs will be ambient instrumentals similar to what was on The Division Bell. Knowing the kind of hard work Pink Floyd usually puts into their music, I'm sure it will be something amazing. For the first time in 20 years we will finally get to embark on yet another Pink Floyd adventure.