In My Rosary says farewellPosted on 20/12/04
After the recent release of Kirlian Camera’s classic "Pictures from Eternity" album, Twilight Records comes up with yet another re-release of a long ‘lost’ album: "Farewell to Nothing" by In My Rosary. "Farewell to Nothing" is the long overdue return of a legendary album from these German dark folk legends and comes after the success of the previous re-release of "Under the mask of Stone" also on Twilight Records. Additionally this re-release includes an exclusive and new track called "Dog in Trouble" previously unreleased plus a cover-version of the classic Death In June hymn "Fall apart". The CD comes in all new, full colour artwork, designed by the Columbian artist Andrea Sanchez.
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Posted by: Pierre on Jan 02, 05 | 11:52 pm
Sorry their fans but In My Rosary is very boring! And look: I´m an darkfolk fan!
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