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EP / Cassette Split

All,

If you haven’t heard, we released a new EP back in March 2014, after a crooked little isolated winter of recording.  This is available for free/streaming here:

Since then, we have included some of the B-Sides from those winter sessions on a tape split with our friends in !mindparade. Released on Halloween, we’ve got a very limited, hand-numbered run of TRANSLUCENT PURPLE tape cassettes!

◊ Order Tape Cassette Here ◊

$7 / £4.37

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-wovs

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DINGUSonmusic.com reviews the new !mindparade / VOWS split

Great little review of the single “Fun” from the upcoming split between us and !mindparade from Tree Machine Records.

Check out the review here

You can pre order the album (Out 10/31/14) through the Tree Machine store – A limited run of 100 translucent purple cassette tapes – ooooooh!

Peep that here.

Have a good’un.

Profile: Vows

Big thanks to Drew’s Reviews for this great interview.

Drew's Reviews

Vows is music unlike anything on radio today.

The New Jersey based quartet founded by Jeff Pupa and James Hencken has slowly garnered a loyal following since the band’s debut album Winter’s Grave in 2012. A constant presence in clubs in their home state, as well as New York and Pennsylvania, Vows is widely known as a fans’ band, doing all recording, producing and show scheduling themselves.

Day jobs aside, Vows is a working band juggling the tour circuit while cutting two full length albums and a couple of EPs. Their most recent release in May consisted of two covers, one of which was Marissa Nadler’s “Silvia” which elicited a positive response in the form of Tweet of approval from Ms. Nadler. Just this month, Vows was nominated for artist of the month by Deli’s Magazine.

Don’t expect ripping guitar chords or thumping beats, Vows is meant to be absorbed…

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