New Leafblade Album

2013-05-12 by Mad. | 1 Comments
Progressive rock band Leafblade, the project of Daniel Cavanagh and Daniel Cardosa from
Anathema, plus Sean Jude and Kevin Murphy (both ex Valle Crucis) have announced their
sophomore effort, The Kiss of Spirit and Flesh will be released on the Kscope label,
home of Anathema and The Pineapple Thief.
Cavanagh has said that "we feel the album is a special one thanks to the beautiful
lyrics, top class arrangements and excellent musicianship, and it should appeal to Anathema
fans and progressive fans alike."

The album is released 27th May and the track Bethlehem can be heard here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hqRsP2YzI4

TRACKLIST:
Bethlehem (8:19)
The Hollow Hills (Starry Heart) (6:33)
Sunset Hypnos (5:18)
Fuchsia (2:35)
Oak Machine (7:46)
Thirteen (7:00)
Beneath A Woodland Moon (4:36)
Portrait (10:55)

Tagged: Leafblade

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Raketbosse
May 13th 2013
9 Comments


Saw them live once as support to Anathema and I and the rest of the audience could hardly stay awake. Hope the album will be better!



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