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The End of You

by Voice of Glass

A blend of dynamic, classical vocals and melodic, edgy guitars.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. Lost Within
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2. Essence
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3. In the Shadows
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4. Between the Walls
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5. Weathered Storm
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6. Inside It Creeps
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7. Believe
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8. The End of You
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9. Mirror
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10. Ballad
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Album Notes
VOICE OF GLASS was formed originally by David Meek, Olya Meek and Todor Mihailov in 2002. The band produced its first single "Valley" in 2006 with producer Tony Grapes from Millennium Studio in Sofia, Bulgaria. A music video with this project was also released and received play on Bulgarian music channels. The video was successful and allowed the band members to be frequently interviewed live on Bulgarian Television.

After the success of "Valley", VOICE OF GLASS recorded the song "Song Of Songs’" as their second single at Sound Design Studio in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. For this project the band added drummer Julian Nedkov to replace Todor Mihailov.

A year later, in May 2007, VOICE OF GLASS began a six month tour in the United States. For the tour, a new band member, Juan Hernandez was added on bass. While touring, the band made arrangements with Ken Steorts (co-founder of Skillet) to record at the legendary Ardent Studio in Memphis, Tennessee. On October 1st, 2007, VOICE OF GLASS recorded three new songs: "Beautiful", "You Let Dying In", and "Making Me Real" for its first EP.

In March of 2009, David and Olya Meek moved to Chicago and officially relocated the band to the United States.


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