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    Posted: December 04 2009 at 12:33
Believe, an outstanding art-rock act formed by the guitarist Mirek Gil (ex-Collage), have now their page on facebook. You can add yourselves as their fans here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Believe/106118165247
 
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. Their third, most recent album entitled “This Bread Is Mine” was released by Metal Mind Productions in late August. It features eleven tracks dedicated to those who like to listen and seek sense in different sounds… The music 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). 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
“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.
 
Metal Mind Productions - Promo Dept.
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