IF THESE TREES COULD TALK’s Re-issues of First Two Albums Available Now

If These Trees Could Talk
If These Trees Could Talk

Akron, Ohio post-rock outfit IF THESE TREES COULD TALK was properly formed in 2005 and has grown tremendously since their humble origins in Zack Kelly’s basement as an instrumental project in college. They released their first EP in 2006 and their first full-length, “Above the Earth, Below the Sky,” in 2009. Both were released independently, with vinyl released via The Mylene Sheath. Those laid the groundwork for their breakout 2012 release, “Red Forest.”


Metal Blade have released re-issues of their first two albums “Above the Earth, Below the Sky” and “Red Forest”, both of which and can be ordered HERE.   As these albums are being released, the band is currently hard at work at what will be their Metal Blade debut later in 2015.  The band spoke about working on the new album, the reissues and more with Heavy Blog is Heavy HERE.  Both albums are also streaming exclusively courtesy of Heavy Blog is Heavy HERE.

If These Trees Could Talk
If These Trees Could Talk

“Red Forest” was independently released by IF THESE TREES COULD TALK in March of 2012 (Science of Silence pressed the vinyl). The nine song, 48-minute long album was self produced and engineered/mixed by Zack Kelly and Rick Fuller throughout much of 2011 at NEMeadow Studios in Bath, OH. Will Putney mastered the album and Charlie Wagers (The Fray, mewithoutYou, Caspian) of Three Bears Design was at the helm for art direction and design. This album was followed by a three-week sold out European tour in 2012, as well as a flurry of licensing music for games and film. Music from the band’s catalog has been heard in Sony PS3 titles, and on NBC, MTV, VH1, the NFL, in videos for Vans, and for projects on the Sundance Film Festival. “Red Forest” quietly became a smashing success. Cumulatively, the band has sold over 20,000 copies, with 3,000 on vinyl alone across all of their albums.

As 2014 progressed, IF THESE TREES COULD TALK began work on their third full-length album. It was around that time that the band was approached by Metal Blade Records and signed with the label. The band continues with an independent and entirely self-motivated approach to their music as they prepare to release their Metal Blade debut later this year.



Zack Kelly – Drums

Tom Fihe – Bass

Jeff Kalal – Guitar

Cody Kelly – Guitar

Michael Socrates – Guitar


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