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Riverside Frontman Talks Band's Future Plans

Polish progressive metal act Riverside has issued an update on its future plans through frontman Mariusz Duda. You can read the update below:

"We've begun working on the new album, or actually two albums. Because except for the usual long album we'd also like to release a mini-album. Why? Well, the band was formed in 2001 so next year it's our tenth birthday. We'd like to celebrate and highlight this anniversary in some way. So next year we're planning to go on anniversary tour not only with invited guests but also something more--a release specially prepared for this occasion, only available at the concerts. So now we're working both on the new album and the above mentioned EP. A short break was good for us because now we have really good ideas."

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1. Deathblooms writes:

guess I'll never be seeing that EP then

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