The Casualty Process, my favorite indie rockers from Iran, just released their debut, a 5-song EP called (Un)even. Right now you can download it for free on their website. There’s also a donation button in case you’d like to send a little love their way. Their music, in case you haven’t heard it before, is edgy electronic rock, influenced by the likes of Nine Inch Nails and Depeche Mode. Apparently the new EP has been quite popular — so popular in fact that the site got overloaded for a while yesterday. Everything seems to be working fine today.
Check out my previous article about The Casualty Process and the related band, The Plastic Wave: Great indie rock from Iran (You didn’t think Iran had any of that did you?)
Also, the Casualty Process is currently on tour in the U.S. (I hope they stop off in Austin at some point). You can see some of their live performances on their Vimeo page.
Here’s a performance featuring Saeid Nadjafi (aka Natch), Shayan Amini, and Shirley Ho in the role previously filled by Iranian female vocalist Maral Afsharian in The Plastic Wave.