THE GATHERING frontwoman Anneke van Giersbergen is currently selling three guitars via eBay. One of the guitars — a Gibson Epiphone Chet Atkins classic electric acoustic — was used on the "How to Measure a Planet?" recording and subsequent tour, while another, a Gibson Epiphone EO-2EB electric acoustic was used on the "Sleepy Buildings" recording and tour. Check them out: Guitar#1, Guitar#2, Guitar#3. Photos of Anneke playing the guitars can be found at this location.THE GATHERING are tentatively planning on recording their next album, tentatively titled "Your Troubles Are Over", in the fall with producer Attie Bauw (who worked with the on the "How to Measure a Planet?" album). An early 2006 release is expected.
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