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Across Tundras Signs with Robotic Obscurities, Posts "Herds of the Fathomless Valleys" Album For Free Download

ACROSS TUNDRAS has signed with Robotic Obscurities and posted their latest album, "Herds of the Fathomless Valleys," online for free download. "Herds of the Fathomless Valleys" is an ACROSS TUNDRAS CD-R that they self-released earlier this year.

The label will be working with Across Tundras on their next album, "Old World Wanderer." To give you a rough idea of what you're in store for, we've posted

Comprised of a couple demos of songs slated for "Old World Wanderer," one PINK FLOYD cover, some exclusive material and three old classics recorded live at their first and only appearance on the Grand Ol' Opry (prior to being banned for refusing to "turn the hell down"), these DIY recordings paint a raw but accurate picture of the vibe ACROSS TUNDRAS conveys, and are now available for free download here:

download ACROSS TUNDRAS - Herds of the Fathomless Valleys (via MediaFire)
download ACROSS TUNDRAS - Herds of the Fathomless Valleys (via RapidShare)
download ACROSS TUNDRAS - Herds of the Fathomless Valleys (via SendSpace)

Here's the "Herds of the Fathomless Valleys" tracklisting:

1. Weary Travelers Rest
2. Tectonic Shifts
3. Death Dealing Man
4. Badlands Blues (Live @ Grand Ol' Opry) - original found on Western Sky Ride
5. Cold Ride
6. Julia Dream (PINK FLOYD cover)
7. Blackbird Bloodred Sky (Live @ Grand Ol' Opry) - original found on Lonesome Wails from the Weeping Willow
8. Old Blind John's Song
9. Lake Bottom Blues
10. Ramblin' In The Shadows (Live @ Grand Ol' Opry) - original found on Dark Songs of the Prairie

The label has a handful of copies of this limited release (and some other ACROSS TUNDRAS catalog titles) available in their online store. These releases can also be purchased direct from the band.

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