Hands Recording New Album

2009-04-17 by RyanMeDrumz | 4 Comments
North Dakota's Hands, who recently signed to Facedown Records and released a "concept album" entitled "The Sounds of Earth," have entered the studio to record a new album. So far untitled, they have stated that this new album will be more straightforward and heavier with more vocals, while their first release "The Sounds of Earth," was more experimental and ambient.

They are streaming live from the studio via Stickam here:

http://www.stickam.com/wearehands

Check out their Myspace here:

http://www.myspace.com/wearehands

Tagged: Hands

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kintups
April 20th 2009
491 Comments


Does anyone even know this band?

Captain North
April 20th 2009
6793 Comments


I hadn't but they weren't too shabby, minus the bad lyrics.

Brownnotes24
April 20th 2009
107 Comments


i have never heard of them until just now, but i have to say i am curious.

Spec
April 23rd 2012
31853 Comments


Are these guys broken up yet? I hope not.



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