New Metal From Old Boxes

by Jason Rubenstein

supported by
/
  • Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

    Download includes an eleven-page PDF booklet, and a digital version of the CD booklet.
    Digital album also includes bonus singles added throughout 2014.

     $7 USD  or more

     

  • Compact Disc (CD)

    All twelve tracks on CD with an 8-page booklet, designed by Toshi Onuki. All songs were mastered specifically for CD, and it sounds great.

    Includes unlimited streaming of New Metal From Old Boxes via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 3 days

     $12 USD or more

     

  • "New Metal From Old Boxes", plus physical CD copies of two previous CDs: "Cathedral" and "Image". Limited edition, because once the old CDs are gone, they're gone!

    These older releases are ambient/progressive in nature, and are not as heavy as New Metal From Old Boxes. They're great for listening late at night.

    Includes unlimited streaming of New Metal From Old Boxes via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 3 days

     $24 USD or more

     

1.
2.
3.
03:51
4.
06:16
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

about

Jason Rubenstein has been writing and producing music since 1995. His latest release, “New Metal From Old Boxes” is a return to his progressive-rock roots with a loud, heavy, energetic and modern suite of instrumentals that evoke King Crimson, ELP, NiN, and classical music.

Written, performed and produced by Jason, it is a change in style from his previous mixed-genre CDs. “New Metal From Old Boxes” features classic, loud rock production and a movie-like tension-filled soundtrack vibe. Imagine if King Crimson, ELP, NiN, Wendy Carlos, and Philip Glass got together to score the soundtrack for a heist movie.

Jason Rubenstein’s music has been heard on National Public Radio, NBC Television, Soma.fm, and in the film “Replicant”. In 2000, he was featured in an EQ magazine article “Adventures in Sound Design”, and his sound design was used in ABC’s television series “Lost”. In March of 2014, Jason released an EP titled “This is Not a Love Letter”.

“New Metal From Old Boxes” is his sixth release.

www.jasonrubenstein.com
soundcloud.com/jasonrubenstein
twitter.com/jasonrubenstein

credits

released 30 May 2014

Written, performed and recorded by Jason Rubenstein.
Mixed by Niko Bolas at The Surf Shack.
Mastered by Ron McMaster at Capitol Mastering.
Design by Toshi Onuki toshionukistudio.com
Photography by Hiroyo Kaneko.

Produced by Jason Rubenstein

tags

license

all rights reserved

feeds

feeds for this album, this artist

about

Jason Rubenstein San Francisco, California

Progressive rock and ambient keyboardist. Influenced by heavy progressive rock and old synthesizers, Jason creates modern, heavy instrumental music. The influences of King Crimson, ELP, Philip Glass, NiN, and Moog synthesizers are clearly heard. The style is loud, heavy, melodic, complicated, modern.

A new LP, "New Metal From Old Boxes" is now available in digital-download and physical CD.
... more

contact / help

Contact Jason Rubenstein

Download help

Shipping and returns

Redeem download codes