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BORN FOR BLISS - Highly Anticipated New Album Out In September, More Details Revealed

Dutch masters of dark/alternative/wave rock Born For Bliss will release their new album entitled Falling Back To Never in September via the German label Echozone. The track named "Better Than Me" has been recently made available for streaming and you can hear it at this location.
Here's how the bands mastermind Frank Weyzig described the album: "I am proud and excited to announce the release of our new album Falling Back To Never. I could try to describe the music on this album to you, but with so many things already being said about today’s music, it would be difficult not to talk in clichés. Some of you may remember that me and drummer Willem van Antwerpen were former Clan Of Xymox members. During the early and exiting 4AD years of this electronic-wave legend (mid to late 80’s), myself and Willem have been involved in this band. From this period result the first two ‘Xymox’ albums, Clan Of Xymox and Medusa, which are still classic highlights. We cannot and will not deny our past, so perhaps you will hear some early ‘Xymox’ influences on this new album as well. The third Born For Bliss member is Remco Helbers. Remco found his way to Born For Bliss via The Dreamside, and Love Like Blood on stage. With his distinguished style of playing bass, the ‘Chapman Stick’, and his unique way of working with loops and soundscapes, he adds a special dimension to the Born For Bliss sound."
The new album from Born For Bliss will be available for orders and digital downloads in September also from bands new website which can be checked out at this location. The fantastic cover artwork can be seen below. Link

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