KAMCHATKA: Entire 'The Search Goes On' Album Available For Streaming
"The Search Goes On", the fifth studio album from the Swedish hard rock trio KAMCHATKA, can be streamed in its entirety below (courtesy of Revolver magazine).
"The Search Goes On" will be released on February 19 via Despotz Records. The CD was recorded at the band's own Shrimpmonkey Studios in Varberg, Sweden with bassist/vocalist Per Wiberg (CANDLEMASS, ex-OPETH, SPIRITUAL BEGGARS) handling production.
"The Search Goes On" track listing:
02. Tango Decadence
03. Coast To Coast
04. Son Of The Sea
05. Broken Man
07. Cross The Distance
08. Thank You For Your Time
10. The Search Goes On
According to KAMCHATKA guitarist/vocalist Thomas "Juneor" Andersson, the song "Somedays" "is about all those little white lies we create to keep our individual wheels spinning for good or worse," KAMCHATKA guitarist/vocalist Thomas "Juneor" Andersson told HighTimes.com. "We all have them, don't we?... Those days when we wake up knowing that we've been doing things that might not be embraced by those closest to us."
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