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Byzantine Crowd Funding New Album "To Release Is To Resolve"

Byzantine has launched a crowd funding campaign for upcoming album "To Release Is To Resolve," which can be found at this location. The following press release was also issued about the campaign:

"In 2013, after 5 years of silence, Byzantine releases their comeback self titled album to an overwhelming approval.

"Multiple album of the year nods were given as they proved that the unsigned artist can hold it’s own against the big budget bands. Now, Byzantine eturns AGAIN with it’s 5th studio album, teaming up with PledgeMusic to give their fans the ultimate DIY experience.

"The album, 'To Release Is To Resolve,' will most certainly solidify Byzantine as one of the most consistent and continual genre-bending heavy metal bands of the last 2 decades.

"Byzantine will once again let the fans inside and be shareholders in the recording process. By pledging you’ll receive the access pass, which includes a download of the album well before its physical release and behind the scenes updates directly from the band. You’ll also be able to grab some unique exclusives only available through this campaign."

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