Intervals Tell You A Fable with New Song



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On December 4, Intervals will release their second full-length album, The Shape of Colour. While Mike Semesky sang on last year’s A Voice Within, he’s left the band, meaning the band’s returned to being instrumental. Being instrumental fits them well, though. “Fable,” a track from the album, features saxophonist Leland Whitty, who’s played with BadBadNotGood. If you’re a fan of shreddy metal without all those pesky vocals, you’ll dig this.

[via Revolver]


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On December 4, Intervals will release their second full-length album, The Shape of Colour. While Mike Semesky sang on last year’s A Voice Within, he’s left the band, meaning the band’s returned to being instrumental. Being instrumental fits them well, though. “Fable,” a track from the album, features saxophonist Leland Whitty, who’s played with BadBadNotGood. If you’re a fan of shreddy metal without all those pesky vocals, you’ll dig this.

[via Revolver]


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On December 4, Intervals will release their second full-length album, The Shape of Colour. While Mike Semesky sang on last year’s A Voice Within, he’s left the band, meaning the band’s returned to being instrumental. Being instrumental fits them well, though. “Fable,” a track from the album, features saxophonist Leland Whitty, who’s played with BadBadNotGood. If you’re a fan of shreddy metal without all those pesky vocals, you’ll dig this.

[via Revolver]

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On December 4, Intervals will release their second full-length album, The Shape of Colour. While Mike Semesky sang on last year’s A Voice Within, he’s left the band, meaning the band’s returned to being instrumental. Being instrumental fits them well, though. “Fable,” a track from the album, features saxophonist Leland Whitty, who’s played with BadBadNotGood. If you’re a fan of shreddy metal without all those pesky vocals, you’ll dig this.

[via Revolver]

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On December 4, Intervals will release their second full-length album, The Shape of Colour. While Mike Semesky sang on last year’s A Voice Within, he’s left the band, meaning the band’s returned to being instrumental. Being instrumental fits them well, though. “Fable,” a track from the album, features saxophonist Leland Whitty, who’s played with BadBadNotGood. If you’re a fan of shreddy metal without all those pesky vocals, you’ll dig this.

The Shape of ColourA Voice Within

[via Revolver]

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Source: MetalInsider