Dead by April 2nd surprise EP

2017-10-25 by ZodiacalWolf | 1 Comments
Swedish pop metal act Dead by April have released their second Worlds Collide Sessions EP, once again without any warning or announcement. The first EP was a re-recording of selected songs from their 2017 album Worlds Collide featuring the return of their founding member Jimmie Strimmel. The second EP feature acoustic renditions of some of the other songs off the album.

WORLDS COLLIDE (ACOUSTIC SESSIONS) tracklisting

1. Breaking Point
2. For Every Step
3. Perfect the Way You Are
4. Our Worlds Collide

https://itunes.apple.com/no/album/worlds-collide-acoustic-sessions-ep/id1292895220

https://open.spotify.com/album/3s0mKzDWvtDVg7BgxJ60Zy

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Boris K.
October 28th 2017
156 Comments


The acoustic versions pf Breaking Point and Our Worlds Collide are both great.



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