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2012-12-11 07:56:38 UTC

Bio:

417.3 is a post-rock band from Rostov-on-Don, Russia, formed in 2006 and consisting at that moment of two violins, contrabass, guitar and drums. In 2008 the violins were replaced by a cello. In 2010 the band added a second guitar. And in 2012 the band has completely changed their sound, which now is: two guitars, synths, bass guitar and drums. You can check the new sound out on the album "2".

Current Members Are:

Artur - bass, Gena - drums, Stas - guitar, Sergei - guitar, and Mikhail - ambient.

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Credits / Released 07 December 2012

Mixing: Alexey Maksimuk (Otherside Records) Mastering: Magnus Lindberg [ Magnus Lindberg Productions ] and the brilliant artwork is done by: Alex Wezta

Prior to "2" the band released a self-title EP in 2008 and the album "_(-_-)_" in 2011. Although I have to say there's quite a substantial difference in sound from the old to the new line-up but 417.3 at the end remain 417.3 and ALL their releases goes as an ABSOLUTE MUST HAVE.

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Artist - 417.3 Album - 2 [ * * * * * ] X 10 Release Date - 2012 Genre - Instrumental. Experimental, Post-rock [ EPIC / POST OF THE DAY ] Tracklist 1. > 11:18 2. 516 11:25 3. 16 11:28 4. // 13:47 5. 700 11:26 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MEDIAFIRE 417.3 - 2 BANDCAMP STREAM + PURCHASE 417.3 - 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - 417.3 Album - _(-_-)_ [ * * * * * ] X 10 Release Date - 2011 Genre - Instrumental. Experimental, Post-rock Tracklist 01. 5 02. 8 03. 7 04. ~ 05. 27 06. 3.1.7.1. 07. _ 08. +3 09. . 10. + -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 417.3 - _(-_-)_ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - 417.3 Album - 417.3 EP [ * * * * * ] X 10 Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Experimental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 - 3:58 2 + 3 10:06 3 -3 3:51 4 -- 3:24 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 417.3 - 417.3 EP -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Godspeed You! Black Emperor | Like Bells | Lunar Node | International Karate | Once we Were --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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