Seven Sciences Of Plenty

2013-10-18 09:42:41 UTC
Seven Sciences Of Plenty Profile

We are a four piece collective from Leipzig, Germany. The musical creation process is based on two guitars, bass and drums, sometimes baritone guitar, sometimes samples, sometimes vocals and sometimes kind of electronic noise. We doing this some years and some of the bands we've played with are: [ north of america ] ~ [ kaospilot ] ~ [ twelve hour turn ] ~ [ pachinko ] ~ [ trapdoor fucking exit ] ~ [ familia miranda ] ~ [ the plan ] ~ [ klever ] to mention but just a few.

Current Line-up are:

Mario (bass) Andreas (guitar) Sebastian (drums).. Stefan (guitar, baritone guitar, sometimes vocals)

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Latest EP from [ Seven Sciences Of Plenty ] aka "SSOP". One thing to be noted is that this EP is a rough version. Rough but strictly good and I don't know if there will be a refine version of it or not but definitely worth the listen. Well it's Seven Sciences Of Plenty, the name alone stand for the music here. Check it out.

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Seven Sciences Of Plenty - Those Things Are Mountains My Friend Artist - Seven Sciences of Plenty Album - Those Things Are Mountains My Friend Release Date - 2013 Genre - Instrumental, Experimental, Post-rock [ ROUGH VERSION BUT GOOD ] Tracklist 1. 38.Breitengrad 04:34 2. silence sleeps tonight 03:40 3. 1998 06:14 4. aboxofthousandanswers 07:15 5. fight without fingers 03:28 6. those things are mountains my friend 06:15 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seven Sciences of Plenty - Those Things Are Mountains My Friend -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Seven Sciences of Plenty [ S.S.O.P. ] Album - One Second Burns Like A Billion Years Release Date - 2011 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock [ EXCELLENT ] Tracklist 1. fake mountains 03:48 2. this is serious 04:54 3. foreign hands 03:47 4. good people swallow the saints 02:57 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seven Sciences of Plenty - One Second Burns Like A Billion Years -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- seven-sciences-of-plenty-ak Artist - Seven Sciences of Plenty Album - AK Release Date - 2006 Genre - Experimental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 Taken By the Hands of God 4:59 2 Now Elephants 4:55 3 Five Million Liars 3:36 4 Your Truth Is a Lie 2:14 5 There Is Heaven Like Promised 4:31 6 The Metamorphosis of a Caterpillar into a Butterfly 4:15 7 Beans, Beans, Beans and a Bug 3:31 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seven Sciences of Plenty - AK Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seven Sciences Of Plenty --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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