Amidst their nearly two-dozen releases over the past decade, Infinite Dissolution will mark LOCRIAN's second album for the diverse Relapse roster as it hits the street in late July, amidst the band's celebration of its tenth anniversary. One of the most determined tracks on Infinite Dissolution, the nearly eight-minute-long "An Index Of Air" is subdivided into three movements -- i. Divinations, ii. Air Structures, iii. and Watcher Of The Clouds -- the track encompassing the apex of the record. The track delivers a permeating vision of our planet in environmental peril, as does the rest of the album, which is inspired by the book, "The Sixth Extinction," a futurist look at the current mass extinction of Earth which our generation attempts to thrive within every day. LOCRIAN is here joined by Dana Schechter of Insect Ark on slide guitar and Erica Burgner-Hannum of The Holy Circle on vocals, whose contributions help shape the segments of the song.

Issues LOCRIAN on the intense track, "'An Index Of Air' was written as a three part suite with the first part, 'Divinations,' being the calling forth of the atmosphere and trying to read the future from it. 'Air Structures' takes its name from a Brian Eno/Robert Fripp live bootleg but is a narrative about the realization that the air being called forth will kill us and that we have brought this on ourselves. And 'Watcher Of The Clouds' is a play on the Genesis song 'Watcher Of The Skies,' but is also the shift in narrative voice where we predict a new atmosphere must be formed after humanity is extinct."

Infinite Dissolution, another dark and cinematic work of exceptional aural artistry from LOCRIAN's André Foisy, Terence Hannum and Steven Hess, presents nearly fifty minutes of material more epic and foreboding than anything in the trio's extensive catalog. Recorded at Steve Albini-owned/operated Electrical Audio in Chicago, produced by Greg Norman (Pelican, Russian Circles), mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, and with artwork based on a massive installation by sculptor David Altmejd, Infinite Dissolution is a multi-part concept album dealing with the struggle of human extinction; a seamless and harrowing blend of dark ambience, drone, black metal, post-rock, and power electronics, and the perfect manifestation of modern, forward-thinking experimental music.