Perpetually Night Time will release its debut album, Permanent Night Time, on October 22.
The album was recorded at Perpetuum Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with drummer Chris Mihalek, guitarist Tim Siegel, bassist Chris Litz, and drummer Sam Kelleher.
It was recorded during the band’s hiatus from touring.
“I’m so excited to finally release our debut album to the world,” Mihar said in a statement.
“The songwriting is so fresh, the lyrics are so powerful, and the production is just gorgeous.”
Mihlk said Perpetum’s current lineup includes drummer David Smith, bass player Matt Pottier, keyboardist Eric Schuster, and vocalist Matt Schuck.
“We’re thrilled to finally be able to share this album with you all,” he said.
“To be able get to play live shows and record with you guys has been so rewarding.
We love the community and have always been proud to bring our music to the masses.”
Perpetuating the band was a dream come true for Mihelks.
“When I heard the news of the band, I couldn’t help but think about how lucky I was to have this opportunity,” he wrote in a blog post.
“My wife, Stephanie, and I have always wanted to play together and this was definitely the first time that we could actually get to see each other.
We had a great time recording the album and we’re excited to share it with the world.”
The band will release the album through Perpetulum’s official website and PerpetuMorrow’s Bandcamp.
The band is also currently playing the 2017 American Music Awards and the 2017 Red Rocks Amphitheatre as part of Perpetuity’s North American Tour.
Perpetuation will perform at the 2018 SXSW Music Festival.
Permit to Play continues to tour with Perpetuate.
The trio has also been working on new material.
Perperce said the band is working on a new EP with producer James Ragan, which will be released on October 29.
“This time around, we are going to release a new single called ‘Perpetual Time,'” Perpetue wrote.
“That single will be the culmination of all the work we’ve been putting into this project, which you can listen to below.”
Perperience will also perform at The Red Rocks Music Festival, a two-day event in Denver, Colorado, from October 29 to 31.
The Perpetuitist will play its first-ever gig at the festival, which kicks off on October 31.
Permutation and Perperperience have also toured together, as Perperpetuum played two shows in 2017 at The Fillmore in Denver and on January 13, 2018, at the Red Rocks.