It has been released. The special editions are still the same and everything listed is right. I think the standard ones are signed as well. I've just changed the wording to hopefully make things a bit clearer, so everything is right now (and thanks for pointing it out, we'd not spotted it!!) E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and ask if you want to check if they are signing CDs, though I'm sure they are. If you ask nicely I'm sure they'd send a signed one for you otherwise!
REVERE www.myspace.com/reverelondon Revere incorporate violin, cello, keys and trumpet into a guitar-led sound, combining elements of gypsy songs, funeral marches, klezmer, post rock, film scores and gospel producing a dramatic orchestral soundscape, moving from tiny, music-box openings, through heart-wrenching melodies to epic finales.
"Epic widescreen melancholia" Neil McCormick, Telegraph
'[Revere has] a great live reputation, their cacophonous multi-layered sound along with stunning live visuals setting them apart" Q Magazine
HER NAME IS CALLA www.myspace.com/hernameiscalla Her Name is Calla are known for their impressive live shows full of emotion, explosions of noise, and passages of the quietest, most gentle harmonies.
"One of the UK's most daring, unconventional bands" Drownedinsound
a guy I know on the dreamtheaterforums mentioned Her Name is Calla and I mentioned how they sounded a little like Revere. He had not heard of Revere. Although I'll confess, having checked out the album he suggested by Her Name is Calla, it was a lot more *mood* music to me, than Revere.
yeah, similar but by no means the same. Callas stuff gets much quieter, much longer, a bit more contemplative maybe. Even less traditional structure then REVERE. Some of the same influences and ideas, but taken in another direction I think.
Post by blondeambassador on Mar 2, 2011 11:52:52 GMT
I'm definitely going to do my very best to get to that show...I went to uni with one of Her Name Is Calla but I've never seen them play. I like what I've heard though. And I've STILL never got round to seeing Revere! Should be good :-)