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Mountain Mirrors Releases Three Albums For Free Download

Mountain Mirrors founder Jeff Sanders has just announced that all three of the Mountain Mirrors LP’s, "Dreadnought," "Lunar Ecstasy" and the self-titled "Mountain Mirrors," are now available for free download at Jamendo.com, an influential international platform for downloading free and legal music. Speaking about this new offering Sanders states "Jamendo is awesome. It's got a great vibe... for an independent artist with almost no radio airplay or live shows, Creative Commons is crucial. And Jamendo makes it easy for people to download (and share) music with a clear conscience."

Mountain Mirrors started in 2003. Their self-proclaimed "Heavy Acoustic" genre blends the progressive psych-rock sounds of Porcupine Tree or Damnation-era Opeth with Dylen-esque folk lyrics and psychedelic vibes.

You can download the albums via the following links:

Mountain Mirrors as described by founder Jeff Sanders is “Heavy acoustic music from the wood of Massachusetts.” Musical influences range from Led Zeppelin to Opeth to Portishead as well as unexplained phenomena like Karma, ghosts and the afterlife.

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1. Cynic writes:

Listening to Mountain Mirrors right now, interesting stuff - good to see a band understands how to get their name out in todays music world.

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2. PorcupineTreeFan writes:

I'm downloading the albums right now. I'm really pumped to give this band a listen!!

Now Playing: "Sun of Nothing" by Between the Buried and Me

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3. Cynic writes:

Damn this bands not bad, like Alice In Chains meets Opeth - coming back for a second album after listening to the self titled.

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