Originally released on Dopamine Records in 2007, then later reissued the same year on vinyl by The Mylene Sheath, the epic debut by Caspian sounds just as fresh, sincere and genuine today as it did over 10 years ago. With shoegaze dissonance, feedback gales, glistening guitars, thrusting drums, and throbbing vistas, Caspian is some whitecap sea between Henry Frayne's equally commanding Lanterna, The Dears without vocals, "She Calls" Slowdive, and "View From a Hill" Chameleons. You feel like you're skiing pristine Alps or investigating Greenland glaciers on The Four Trees, its chilly beauty as imposing and unassailable as an IMAX Antarctica movie. Emotive instrumental rock essential for anyone into "post" anything. This long overdue vinyl repress features updated artwork/layout from N. Shumaker/Northern Lights Industries and comes housed in a full-color, 20pt stock heavyweight wide-spine side-loading jacket.