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Tid Streaming Full "Fix Idé" Album Ahead Of North American Release

We've got something very different for you premiering today, metal legions!

Tomorrow - July 7th - The Sign Records will re-issue the entire Tid discography on CD, digital, and limited edition vinyl formats in North America. The albums were previously available only in Europe.

Today ahead of that re-issue we are now streaming all of the "Fix Idé" album - check it out below and let us know what you think. Get ready for a crazy combo of prog, metal, synthwave, and much more!

"Fix Idé" is Tid’s most recent album and contains six songs featuring six different scenarios and six different dreams. Ranging from dark apocalyptic dance music to soundtracks to a dreamlike wandering in ones mind trying to kill reflections of a dark past. With lyrics written in classic verse that brings to mind something old and long since forgotten or hidden, this is a highly different album and band.

The album was produced and art directed by Tid, and engineered and mixed by Niels Nielsen (Dead Soul). Tid includes members Martin Persner (ex-Ghost / Omega), Claudio Marino, and Arvid Persner.

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