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IIVII makes debut

Posted July 3, 2015, 8:59 a.m. in Bands by Loren
IIVII makes debut

On Sept. 4, Josh Graham (Red Sparowes, Battle of Mice, A Storm of Light) will release a new solo effort titled IIVII.

WIth an ambient/sci-fi bent, the new album, Colony, will be released on Consouling Sounds. Hear the first track to debut over at Cvlt Nation.

Colony Track listing:
1. Signals From Home
2. Colliding Horizons
3. Transmissions Illumine I
4. Transmissions Illumine II
5. Black Galaxy
6. On The Shores Of Markarian 335
7. Shaping Itself From Dust

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