The Saddest Landscape completes new album, scheduled for a fall release

The Saddest Landscape

Boston screamo revivalists the Saddest Landscape has wrapped up work on their fifth full-length. The band announced the completion of the record via an email newsletter, writing that they recorded the album with Defeater’s Jay Maas and that test pressings have been approved. The band also said it’s their longest album to date and that it should be out this fall, presumably on Topshelf Records, the label which has released their last few records. You can read the full announcement below, as well as take a listen to their 2013 EP Exit Wounded:


“So as you probably know we spent a little over a week with Jay Maas a few months back. It was an incredible experience. And we have a record we are all very proud of. It is now fully recorded and mastered. And as of a few days ago, Andy (#1- singer Andy. Yes there are two Andy’s in the band now- highly confusing. Andy #1. And Andy #2). Andy #1 just approved the test press. For those not familiar with pressing records- that means that the plant is now officially manufacturing it.

While we can’t tell you everything just yet, here’s what we can say- it is the longest record we have ever done (no more 7 song LPs!). Can’t wait to share it with everyone- should be this fall.”