Rivers and Rust is a hard work meets opportunity kind of album. Recent posts about the debut full length from Haunter read that the album is a long time coming for the band as well as loyal fans. Yet, in their respectful 5 years together, I get the vibe that people consider them kiddos. Maybe they are a bunch of late 80s youngsters, but they are obviously thoughtful and mature enough musically to harbor their art until the right moment. This mentality sets a strong foundation for their homegrown tunes. You’ll hear their patience and consistency perfectly woven throughout Rivers and Rust. Winnipeg has quite a bit to be proud of musically, so tune your ears North. After years of anticipation, Haunter wont just be releasing this album under Disintegration Records, they will unleash it.