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2011 EP from the Swedish Metal band. The future of music sphere is probably one of the most discussed topics nowadays. Both scene and industry are caught in the protracted transitional phase, and both artists and music business people are trying - with due degree of uncertainty - to find the least painful way to step over this threshold and live happily ever after. But, notably enough, the subject of past in this equation shouldn't be underestimated. And so music proves by bringing back the old truth: sometimes there's no need to reinvent a wheel, and some past definitely deserves to become present again, and even to reach out for the future.
2011 EP from the Swedish Metal band. The future of music sphere is probably one of the most discussed topics nowadays. Both scene and industry are caught in the protracted transitional phase, and both artists and music business people are trying - with due degree of uncertainty - to find the least painful way to step over this threshold and live happily ever after. But, notably enough, the subject of past in this equation shouldn't be underestimated. And so music proves by bringing back the old truth: sometimes there's no need to reinvent a wheel, and some past definitely deserves to become present again, and even to reach out for the future.
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Format: CD
Label: SCCW
Catalog: 1900007
Rel. Date: 01/09/2014
UPC: 7320470149645

Shadows & Snow EP
Artist: Netherbird
Format: CD
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2011 EP from the Swedish Metal band. The future of music sphere is probably one of the most discussed topics nowadays. Both scene and industry are caught in the protracted transitional phase, and both artists and music business people are trying - with due degree of uncertainty - to find the least painful way to step over this threshold and live happily ever after. But, notably enough, the subject of past in this equation shouldn't be underestimated. And so music proves by bringing back the old truth: sometimes there's no need to reinvent a wheel, and some past definitely deserves to become present again, and even to reach out for the future.

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