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Eolune is definitely a very cool band that I am glad you posted about. After listening to “Ghost Departure,” I headed over to their bandcamp and checked out both of their EP’s, which I thoroughly enjoyed.
In a way, they reminded me of the band Statehood, that you might be interested in. Statehood’s sound is a mix between the energy of At the Drive-In and the catchy guitar riffs of Minus The Bear. And to top it off, the band’s rhythm section was comprised of the bass player and drummer from The Dismemberment Plan.
You can check out Statehood’s tracks here: http://statehood.us/music.html
Unfortunately, Statehood ended far too prematurely due to the passing of the band’s singer, guitarist, and leader Clark Sabine.
Statehood was a very unqiue band with a refreshingyly infectious Rock sound that was highly original. Their album “Lies and Rhetoric” will undoubtedly leave you wondering what could have been and wanting more, which is a tribute to how great they truly were.
If you enjoy what you hear, I can send you the full album.
Keep up the great work on the blog!
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