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    Posted: May 26 2009 at 08:03
From a press release by Metal Mind

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Believe, Polish progressive rock band, is in the final stage of their work on their third studio album entitled “This Bread Is Mine”. It will be the band's first release with Karol Wróblewski as the vocalist. The new material is currently mixed with the help of a very experienced producer Włodek Kowalczyk.

Apart from the title, the band revealed also the artwork:
 

 
“This Bread Is Mine” will be released by Metal Mind Productions in early August. The standard edition will feature 11 tracks. A bonus track will be added to the digipak edition. Full details to be announced soon.

Believe - an outstanding art-rock act formed by the guitarist Mirek Gi, the former leader and composer of Polish prog-rock legend Collage. Believe’s debut album “Hope to See Another Day” (2006) received very good reviews from both media and fans. The music appealed to the lovers of the old Collage but also to the fans of Porcupine Tree, Pink Floyd and Riverside. The follow-up album entitled “Yesterday Is A Friend” (2008) brought powerful sound full of faith and melody and gained them many new fans. In July 2008 Metal Mind Productions released the band’s first DVD entitled “Hope To See Another Day Live”.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 26 2009 at 09:10
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 08 2009 at 15:13
More news on this one courtesy of Metal Mind:

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As recently announced, Metal Mind Productions will release a brand new studio album by the Polish prog-rock band Believe. Their third album entitled “This Bread is Mine” features eleven tracks dedicated to those who like to listen and seek sense in different sounds…
 
Believe: “Will you be able to find the hidden message behind the title…? Or maybe you will start pondering over your place in this world, where you struggle to earn your daily ‘bread’ and keep your current position? What that ‘bread’ will turn out to be for you? Is your existence true unlimited freedom? Maybe you will come to the conclusion that everything that you have seen so far is just an illusion resulting from your pain? What will you decide to choose: The reality just as it is or your own path to a better future? Just put on This Bread is Mine and listen to the musical message from Believe.”
 
The lyrics for “This Bread Is Mine” were written by Robert Sieradzki, a dedicated friend, who is also the author of the lyrics for Believe’s previous albums. His lyrics fit the music perfectly and just intuitively reflect the emotions evoked by the collection of sounds.
 
The music itself is a result of feelings and experiences of all Believe’s members: Mirek Gil (ex-Collage, ex-Mr. Gil, guitars), Karol Wróblewski (vocals, flute, keyboards), Przemas Zawadzki (ex-Collage, bass guitar), Satomi (violin), and Vlodi Tafel (drums & percussion). The guest musicians included Paulina Druch (cello) and Bartek Zbroszczyk (guitar). The sound mix for the album was handled by Włodek Kowalczyk, Polish producer responsible for the completion of projects of such Polish legends as Klaus Mit Foch, Róże Europy, Daab, Oddział Zamknięty, Dezerter, and Lady Pank.
 
In order to get more advanced sound quality, Believe collaborated with Andy Jackson, prominent British sound engineer, who had worked on Pink Floyd’s and David Gilmour’s albums. His most recent work was David Gilmour’s “Live in Gdańsk” .
 
“This Bread Is Mine” will be released by Metal Mind Productions in early August. The standard edition will feature 11 tracks. A bonus track will be added to the digipak edition.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 30 2009 at 10:01
Update from Metal  Mind on this one

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The premiere of the new album by the progressive rock band Believe is just around the corner. The band’s third full-length album entitled “This Bread Is Mine” will be released by Metal Mind Productions on 31st August in Europe and 6th October in USA (via MVD).
Just to give you a foretaste of the new material, the band posted on their official Myspace site a full version of the title track – “This Bread Is Mine”: www.myspace.com/believeartrock
 
Mirek Gil: "The guitar riff is the quintessence of this track. I think I do not have to add how important the riff was in the history of rock music. You know – Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and so on… It was the riff that showed the direction for the track “This Bread Is Mine”. I think it is a key element of this song.”
 
Believe promotes the new album “This Bread Is Mine” with the title track and the choice was not accidental. As the band says this track not only best represents the content of the album but it also emphasizes the possible breaking point in the band’s musical career.
 
Karol Wróblewski: "I do hope this track will let you feel the essence of yourself and will let you see all the elements that are shaping you. Just like I discovered them for myself co-writing this song. You need to discover yourself if these are bad or good elements”.
 
Believe’s current line-up:
 
Karol Wróblewski - vokal
Mirek Gil – guitars  (ex-Collage, ex-Satellite)
Przemas Zawadzki – bass guitar (ex-Collage, ex-Satellite)
Satomi - violin
Vlodi Tafel – drums (ex-Mr.Gil)
 
Guest musician:
Paulina Druch (cello)
 
“This Bread Is Mine” will be available in two versions. The standard edition will feature 11 tracks. A bonus track will be added to the digipak edition.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 30 2009 at 12:43

Here's the artwork:

 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 30 2009 at 13:13
Artwork is at the beginning of the thread as well ;-)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 30 2009 at 15:33
I've listened to the title song, it is now available on Believe MySpace profile - I've got mixed feelings about it
yet you still have time!
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Believe - another new track available on Myspace

Believe’s third full-length album entitled “This Bread Is Mine” will be released by Metal Mind Productions on 31st August in Europe and 6th October in USA (via MVD). The band has just posted on their official Myspace site a full version of “Darkness”, yet another track taken from the album: www.myspace.com/believeartrock
 
“This Bread Is Mine” will be available in two versions. The standard edition will feature 11 tracks. A bonus track will be added to the digipak edition.

 
Believe
“This Bread Is Mine”

Label: Metal Mind Records
Cat. No.: MMP CD 0669
Barcode: 5907785035294
Cat. No.: MMP CD 0670 DG (ltd. CD Digipak)
Barcode: 5907785035300 (ltd. CD Digipak)
Format: CD / CD DG
Genre: prog rock
Release date: 31.08.2009 Europe / 06.10.2009 USA
 
Tracklist:
 
1. The Years
2. Tales From Under The Tree
3. Mother
4. And All The Roads
5. Darkness
6. Problems Rise
7. Aa
8. This Bread Is Mine
9. This Is Life
10. Mine
11. Silence
 
Bonus tracks (only available on a ltd. CD digipak)
12. T.B.I.M.
 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 08 2009 at 13:35
“This Bread Is Mine”, the third full-length album of the Polish prog-rockers Believe, is released in Europe today, on Monday 31st August. American fans of the band still have to wait till 6th October (the album will be distributed by MVD).
 
We are revealing yet another track from this album. You can listen to “Mine” on the official MMP’s profile on Myspace: www.myspace.com/metalmindproductions.
 
“This Bread is Mine” features eleven tracks dedicated to those who like to listen and seek sense in different sounds… The lyrics were written by Robert Sieradzki, a dedicated friend, who is also the author of the lyrics for Believe’s previous albums. His lyrics fit the music perfectly and just intuitively reflect the emotions evoked by the collection of sounds. The music itself is a result of feelings and experiences of all Believe’s members: Mirek Gil (ex-Collage, ex-Mr. Gil, guitars), Karol Wróblewski (vocals, flute, keyboards), Przemas Zawadzki (ex-Collage, bass guitar), Satomi (violin), and Vlodi Tafel (drums & percussion). The guest musicians included Paulina Druch (cello) and Bartek Zbroszczyk (guitar). The sound mix for the album was handled by Włodek Kowalczyk, Polish producer responsible for the completion of projects of such Polish legends as Klaus Mit Foch, Róże Europy, Daab, Oddział Zamknięty, Dezerter, and Lady Pank. In order to get more advanced sound quality, Believe collaborated with Andy Jackson, prominent British sound engineer, who had worked on Pink Floyd’s and David Gilmour’s albums. His most recent work was David Gilmour’s “Live in Gdańsk”. The album is available in two versions: as a standard CD and a digipak CD containing a bonus track.
 
 

 
Believe - an outstanding art-rock act formed by the guitarist Mirek Gil, the former leader and composer of Polish prog-rock legend Collage. Believe’s debut album “Hope to See Another Day” (2006) received very good reviews from both media and fans. The follow-up album entitled “Yesterday Is A Friend” (2008) brought powerful sound full of faith and melody and gained them many new fans. In July 2008 Metal Mind Productions released the band’s first DVD entitled “Hope To See Another Day Live”. At the end of 2008 the band changed their line-up. Believe has begun a new era of their career with a new vocalist – Karol Wróblewski.
 
 
Believe
“This Bread Is Mine”

Label: Metal Mind Records
Cat. No.: MMP CD 0669
Barcode: 5907785035294
Cat. No.: MMP CD 0670 DG (ltd. CD Digipak)
Barcode: 5907785035300 (ltd. CD Digipak)
Format: CD / CD DG
Genre: prog rock
Release date: 31.08.2009 Europe / 06.10.2009 USA
 
Tracklist:
 
1. The Years
2. Tales From Under The Tree
3. Mother
4. And All The Roads
5. Darkness
6. Problems Rise
7. Aa
8. This Bread Is Mine
9. This Is Life
10. Mine
11. Silence
 
Bonus tracks (only available on a ltd. CD digipak)
12. T.B.I.M.
 
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Metal Mind Productions - Promo Dept.
The Progressive Rock record labels project: http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=85100
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