BLINDSIDE To Play Free Hometown Show
Stockholm, Sweden's BLINDSIDE will play a free hometown show on February 5 at Hotellbaren at Medborgarplatsen. The band says, "We're going to try out some new songs."
BLINDSIDE's "The Black Rose" EP was released in 2007. It features five new songs and three live recordings of tracks from the band's previous album, "The Great Depression".
"The Great Depression" was produced by Lasse "Lars" Marten and was released in August 2005 via DRT Entertainment.
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