Grey Skies Fallen To Release Digital EPs
New York's Grey Skies Fallen have issued the following update regarding their "new direction" regarding the way they will be releasing future albums:
"For the last 12 years, we have followed the same path over and over again - we'd write a lot of stuff, record it, release it on our own, see the album be forgotten about almost instantly, sink into the dreaded realm of 'unproductive-ness,' fighting, breaking up, opening GSF organic health food chains, getting back together, argue some more, and then someone will say. 'Hey! We should do an album!' While the music always changes on each album, the process that comes before or after, does not."
"We're going to try to stop all of that nonsense."
"This fall - November to be exact - will be the start of a new strategy for us."
"3-4 times a year, we will record and release brand new material. The first two songs, "Drown Me to Infinity," and "Forever and a Day" will be recorded soon, and released in November. Based on budget and time restraints, we're looking at 2-4 songs per "release." To start, these songs will be available for free streaming, (of course) as well as for purchase for $.99 per track. You will be able to purchase these songs directly on our Myspace page. All proceeds from these songs will go back into the band for the next project."
"We are constantly writing new material. We'd like to be able to write, record, and release new music on a 3-4 time-a-year basis. This new format of recording and releasing material also opens new doors for us creatively. We've also been working on a pretty cool cover song. We'll get into that later, however."
"In closing... All of our albums have been free to download on our site for close to two years. We are trying everything we know being an unsigned band to make some noise and let people know we're here still doing our thing..."
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