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Hi everyone!

Spleen Arcana release new digital album on February 3, 2014



I just noticed the album has just been included on Progarchives :

Spleen Arcana's new album is available for download and cd pre-order on Bandcamp :

Tracklist :
1. Erin Shores 12:00
2. Fading Away 10:16
3. Memento Mori 24:07


About Spleen Arcana:
Spleen Arcana is the solo musical project of French
songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Julien Gaullier.
Formed in 2008, Spleen Arcana is an eclectic mix of
symphonic prog, space rock and art rock drenched in
melancholic and contemplative moods.
Pairing up with drummer David Perron, and with the help
of Marie Guillaumet on backing vocals, Julien Gaullier
self-released Spleen Arcana's first album titled The Field
Where She Died in 2009. This raw but sincere debut album
was the result of a long, passionate process and countless
hours of home studio explorations.
With a limited print run of 500 copies, yet without any
label nor promotion, The Field Where She Died is now
nearly sold out thanks to the word of mouth.
Spleen Arcana has its own sound incorporating a bit of early
Marillion here and a bit of early King Crimson there. For a
debut disc, The Field Where She Died is plenty accomplished
and the musicianship shines throughout.
Id certainly recommend this to symphonic fans!
Jerry Lucky
Recorded in the same handcrafted way and with the same
team, Spleen Arcana's second album, The Light Beyond The
Shades, is set to be released early 2014.

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