LESBIAN Premiere Third Segment Of “Forestelevision”



LESBIAN‘s third full length offering and Translation Loss debut Forestelevisonis a single song, 44+ minute all-encompassing force of nature!  Never has an album sifted through the deepest trenches of prog-influenced epic-doom and blackened metal to produce such an awe-inspiring aural assault to the senses.  Recorded at Avast! Studios with long time producing collaboratorRandall Dunn (Wolves in the Throne Room, Earth, Boris) and featuring gorgeous artwork by Arik Roper, Forestelevisonwill see a June 25th release on CD (Digipack), Digital and 2xLP.  The 2xLP version will come housed in deluxe gatefold packaging and include an exclusive Vinyl-only extended outro-bonus track!  The album is available for pre-order HERE.

Today Bloody Disgusting, the online home for all things horror, is hosting an exclusive stream of the third and final segment from Forestelevision.  Get an exclusive first listen to the conclusion of this epic masterpiece below.

The second segment of Forestelevision is streaming HERE courtesy of Revolver Magazine. The first segment of Forestelevision is streaming at Invisible Oranges HERE and Brooklyn Vegan HERE.

Consisting of guitarists Arran McInnis and Daniel La Rochelle, bassist/vocalist Dorando Hodous and drummer Benjamin Thomas-Kennedy, LESBIAN has grown accustomed to composing lengthy eclectic journeys that take the listener through myriad genres ranging anywhere from doom to prog to psyche to 70s rock to black metal to grunge and beyond. Forestelevison continuesLESBIAN’S music genre-defying journey from their prior full-length on Holy Mountain Records called “Power Hor,” a split 10″ with Ocean on Roadburn Records, a self-released two song tour EP, and a second full-length on Important Records called “Stratospheria Cubensis.”

Forestelevison Tracklisting:

  1.  Forestelevison

For more information on LESBIAN and Translation Loss visit the following:







Nikola Savić is a prog enthusiast, blogger and author, in addition to being the founder of Prog Sphere, Progify, ProgLyrics and the ongoing Progstravaganza compilation series.

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