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Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental Moods: Type: Instrumental Rock: Instrumental Rock Moods: Mood: Dreamy Metal/Punk: Pop-Metal

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SWEDEN

Seas of Years

The band was formed around midsummer 2012 and set out early on with the intention to write instrumental post rock.

None of the members had any previous experience of playing this genre, all originally hailing from the metal scene.

The first rehersals and writing sessions were although successful both with band chemistry and the songwriting process. At the end of the year the band had about eight song ideas ready (from which four were chosen) and decided to enter a studio session to record their first EP "Ocean Rift" in 2013. I was released on the Chinese record label Weary Bird Records in January 2014.

Seas of Years have continued ever since to rehearse and write new material. During the summer of 2014 the band once again entered the studio to record the second EP called "Drifting Ever Shifting". It was released on October the 15th the same year.

In 2015 the band continued to write new material and took the first steps towards playing live.

During fall the band got a wider attention via successful playlists on Spotify with the tracks "Lighthouse", "Stairwell" and "Rely on Thermal Winds", with several million plays - suddenly reaching people all over the world.

However; writing new material was already in the process and by the end of the year the band once again entered the studio to record a full length album, consisting of the EP "Drifting Ever Shifting" with four new tracks added. The album was recorded in Esta Studios between November and Januari 2015/2016, re-mixed and engineered by Jari Lindholm and then mastered at Redmount Studios by Magnus Lindberg (Cult of Luna).

The band also performed live on a few occasions in their hometown Stockholm during the spring of 2016.

The new full length album entitled "The Ever Shifting Fields" is released on May 17th 2016 on Weary Bird Records and followed up by a tour in China the same month.