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2014 So Far…

Hi everyone!  We thought we would follow up Rick’s riveting interview with himself by posting a picture story of what’s happened in 2014 thus far.  These are in no particular order.  Enjoy…               In 2014, Kushins played with his phone.           In 2014, Rick got […]

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Just A Few Updates For 2014

Happy 2014 friends!  We thought we would give you a few updates on some Sombrance related stuff for 2014.  So here they are in a ‘frequently asked question’ format.  Incidentally, no one really asked any of these questions ;-) 1) Will Sombrance record ANYTHING in 2014?   I suspect that we will do some recording […]

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Merry Christmas and Sombrance Christmas Tunes!

Sombrance wishes you and yours a merry Christmas and a happy Hanukkah!  We’ve recorded a couple of our favorite Christmas songs to put you in the spirit.  They are available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and will be at most everywhere else downloads are sold in the coming days.  For a mere 99 cents per […]

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Deliverance Does Sombrance – Official Release Date!

December 10th is the official release date for the brand new, final studio album from the legendary metal band Deliverance. Friends of Sombrance may be interested to know that this record features Deliverance covering the Sombrance song, “Hope Lies Beyond” (from the Dark Days and Afternoon Sleep album). We are beyond humbled and grateful that […]

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Autumn And The Writing Bug

Happy Autumn everyone!  It’s the best time of the year!  For some reason, it brings out the writing in us.  So we are working on some new tunes and direction for the band.  The new stuff is colored with 70’s vibes and some progressive sounds.  Suffice it to say that you don’t know us all […]

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Plugging Along

Heya folks, Sombrance has been spending most of our time working on new songs and hashing out the tons of song pieces we’ve accumulated over the past couple of years.  Most of these pieces are just impromptu jams during rehearsals that are recorded and given ridiculous names (like “Gnomes Tell Good Stories“, “MotoMama“, “New Orleans […]

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