Ballads&Threnodies (2016)

by Hegemony

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Hegemony, the polish female fronted progressive/symphonic band present their second album Ballads&Threnodies.

This time HEGEMONY plays ACOUSTIC, instruments include a Yamaha Grand Piano, acoustic, 12-string and classical guitars, electric and acoustic bass, synth strings and of course Valyen's breathtaking vocals!

Track list:
1. A Wish (Życzenie)
2. Scarborough Fair
3. Can She Excuse My Wrongs?
4. Where the Nightingale Sleeps
5. Entr'acte
6. Patterns in the Ivy II (Opeth cover)
7. Not Saying Farewell
8. Martyr
... of which two are instrumental.

Physical album comprises of a 6-page digipack with astonishing graphics AND 12-page booklet with lyrics and photos of HEGEMONY and of course a CD with all 8 ballads and threnodies. There is possibility of signing at client's wish.
The first 21 buyers will get a special handwritten mention inside with their personal number - their copies will be unique!
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released November 3, 2016



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Hegemony Silesian Voivodeship, Poland

HEGEMONY is a Polish band performing progressive rock/metal with gothic influences // Śląski zespół wykonujący progresywny rock/metal z wpływami goth.

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Track Name: A Wish (Życzenie)
Lyrics: Valyen Songbird
Track Name: Scarborough Fair
Lyrics: traditional
Track Name: Can she excuse my wrongs?
Lyrics: John Dowland (1563-1626)
Track Name: Where the Nightingale Sleeps
Lyrics: Valyen Songbird
Track Name: Patterns in the Ivy II (Opeth cover)
Lyrics: Mikael Åkerfeldt
Track Name: Not Saying Farewell
Lyrics: Wojciech Muchowicz