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Secondhand Depression Release Physical Limited Addition Of 2020 Self-titled EP


Secondhand Depression Release Physical Limited Addition Of 2020 Self-titled EP; Stream In Its Entirety

Secondhand Depression release their 2020 self-titled EP in a limited addition physical format and stream the EP in its entirety via Metalheads Forever.

The EP can be heard here:

Secondhand Depression adds:

“The first SD release is available now in a physical format. This was a labor of love for us and we consider these songs to be some of the best of our combined careers as musicians.

Stream it on Spotify, buy a CD or get some drum samples of our drum recordings to use to make your own music at - we’ve got more in the pipeline.”

- Michael Farina & Lucas Di Mascio

Secondhand Depression announces a limited edition physical re-release of their 2020 self-titled EP. The prog/goth rock recording collective, composed of Lucas Di Mascio (Malacoda) and Michael Farina (Wolf Saga, ex-Farewell to Freeway) have put out some information on the re-release including a never before released cover of Tiamat’s “Cain” and a supplementary drum sample library for recording enthusiasts.

The initial announcement video detailing the re-release can be viewed here:

Releasing January 28, 2022

The drum sample library is already up for sale and there is also a free snare sample set available from recent recording sessions.

The super limited EP package will be available on Jan. 28 with a pre-order launching soon. The songs are available on all streaming services and on Bandcamp.

EP Re-Release Details:

limited jewel case with artwork by Stefan Skjoedt & Yeganeh Ghasemi

All four original tracks from the 2020 digital release and lyrics sheet

Free download of Tiamat “Cain” cover before release on global streaming services

Free download of drum samples

There is currently no price for the package, but the drum sample library is priced at $20 CAD.

Secondhand Depression Tracklisting:

Victims of a Victimless Crime

The Long Road Home


The New Weird

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