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Grey Skies Fallen Launch Indie Go Go Campaign to Fund New Album, "The Many Sides of Truth"

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New York underground metal band Grey Skies Fallen has begun an Indiegogo campaign in efforts to raise money for the band's forthcoming EP/album "The Many Sides of Truth."

This will be Grey Skies Fallen's first physical release since 2006's "Two Way Mirror" full-length. "The Many Sides of Truth" follows 2012's "Introspective" and 2010's "Along Came Life" which were digital-only releases available for free on the band's website.

"The Many Sides of Truth" will be released on both CD and vinyl. The vinyl version, (a first for the band) will be pressed in limited numbers, and come in a variety of colors. As a vinyl-exclusive bonus track, Grey Skies Fallen will record the Death song "Perennial Quest." Cover artwork will be crafted by Travis Smith.

Though unsigned for their entire history, (save for a brief relationship with the late Don Decker and Nightfall Records in 2000) the band is now seeking assistance from fans. Many interesting perks are offered, ranging from band merchandise, to having the band play a show in your house for you and your friends.

Recording of "The Many Sides of Truth" will begin in early September at Audio Playground on Long Island. Keith Moore will again be at the helm, conducting his knob-turning symphony. The band hopes to make the finished product available by the end of 2013.

This will be the first release to feature new members, Joe Sanci (guitar) and Tom Anderer. (bass)

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1. Angband writes:

This trend by well-established bands like Chimaira and Katatonia as well as neophytes like this one to bleed fans is getting kind of annoying and screams lazy, shortcut. What ever happened to making music people actually want to listen to and (hopefully) buy and putting on shows people want to attend. This sh** is getting old fast.

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2. johnny moore writes:

I agree with above statement when it comes to established, signed bands..but for a DIY band like this I don't see the problem..it's basically a pre-order. Just because you don't want to support what they are doing doesn't mean the guy sitting next to you feels the same way...

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3. grot davies writes:

neophytes? theyve been around since 97. have you read the post? unsigned unestablished band seeks funds on indiegogo. whats the problem?

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