Post Hoc | Wilderness, The Villain

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Wilderness, The Villain

by Post Hoc

Their arrangements combine elements of Indie, Hard-Rock and Neo-Progressive in a powerful assortment of emotive mastery.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Wilderness, The Villain
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2. Ceramic Elephants
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3. Thin Wrists
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4. The Lobby of the Westward Ho
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5. Such Black in Your Eyes II
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6. Ouija
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7. Self-Respect Chapels
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8. Sleep, Those Little Slices of Death
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9. Nelsa
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10. Tacitus Kilgore
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Post Hoc is a Phoenix based rock band that should not exist, and yet it does to the delight of the Phoenix music scene. Their arrangements combine elements of Indie, Hard-Rock and Neo-Progressive in a powerful assortment of emotive mastery. In what once began as a long distance musical collaboration between a Marine and an Air Force Veteran, Post Hoc has since evolved into what it is today, blending intellectual lyrics with pure rock and roll that rarely sees such depth. Post Hoc has quickly made a name for themselves in the Arizona local scene, opening shows for nationally touring acts such as Emery, The Classic Crime, The Spill Canvas and others. They have performed at Arizona venues such as The Marquee Theater, The Nile, The Rebel Lounge, The Green Room, Crescent Ballroom, The Valley Bar and more. They were featured in azcentral’s “Phoenix Local Picks for October” by writer Ed Masley, issue #59 of Substream magazine’s “Indie Stream” for emerging artists and Mitchell Hillman’s “Sounds Around Town”. Post Hoc debuted their first album "Daffodils" on 10/20/17 which is available on iTunes, Spotify, CD print and much more. Post Hoc's LP "Wilderness, the Villain" releases to all platforms June 2019.

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