It's been a bit since I've posted some straight-up post-rock/metal (using the term "straight-up" loosely where genres like post-anything are concerned) so let's fix that situation. If big, epic, post-everything journeys are your thing, Miami's Vivid Illusion have got you covered.
Vivid Illusion's latest album Circumnavigation A should have you more than covered, actually, with six tracks (five of them "full-length") that run a gamut of emotions and musical moods, all strung together with atmospheric interludes and soundscape passages.
Now, that might sound like a description that's a bit generic, a bit too applicable to a few too many bands, but just bear with me and have a listen to "Liquid Walker", the first full track on Circumnavigation A. Its eight-and-a-half minutes alone should give you plenty to chew on, and that's just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. There's plenty more where "Liquid Walker" came from, and hopefully plenty more from Vivid Illusions in general.