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IMMINENCE Release 'This Is Goodbye' Acoustic Video & 'Imminence Network'





Swedish alternative rock/metal outfit IMMINENCE released their label debut This Is Goodbye in spring 2017 through Arising Empire, followed by their own headline run, selected festival appearances plus another EU tour with (SharpTone Records) label mates ALAZKA and ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. This week, the Swedish quartet will head on a tour throughout Germany, supporting German alternative metallers EMIL BULLS. Today, fans can watch a new acoustic version of their latest album title song 'This Is Goodbye'!

Watch it here: https://youtu.be/kkU56DqcdFU



Order This Is Goodbye:
CD and Limited Edition Double Gatefold Vinyl: http://nblast.de/ImminenceHMV
Limited Edition Double Gatefold Blue Vinyl: http://nblast.de/ImminenceNBUK
Digital Album: http://nblast.de/ImminenceIT
Spotify: http://geni.us/ImminenceGoodbyeSP
Apple Music: http://geni.us/ImminenceGoodbyeAM

IMMINENCE have also announced the launch of the official 'IMMINENCE Network' on Facebook, where fans can connect with other fans! Join the 'IMMINENCE Network' for exclusive previews, news, merchandise and Q&As with the band, NOW! Here: www.smarturl.it/ImminenceNetwork

More on the record:
This Is Goodbye, the new album from IMMINENCE, is a colossus made out of heavyweight ingredients mixed with wide-open, heart-throbbing themes. A modern approach that boldly integrates various elements from alternative/popular genres with wild emotions in sonic outbursts.

The album was primarily produced by Eddie and Harald themselves, the main composers of the band. However, Simon Peyron had a big influence and role in the process as the vocal producer.

Jakob Koc, a longtime friend and graphic designer of the band, was the right person to visualize the complexity and simplicity of the vast soundscape, creating an iconic and magnetic reflection of the music and lyrical theme of This Is Goodbye. It‘s a vulnerable and fierce capture of front man Eddie Berg's inner thoughts and processes.

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