The CD ‘Ruins’ will soon be shipped to all of you who ordered it through our kickstarter campaign including, if chosen, your T Shirt.
For those who ordered the vinyl, you will receive a cd of Ruins as a gift. The vinyl will hopefully be available round December although nothing is certain in the world of vinyl. The gift is our way of saying sorry for the long wait.
But rest assured!
All our merchandise, including T Shirts of Ruins, Departures and some new designs we are working on will soon be available in our webshop.
On the 18th of September we will be performing at the ‘A Sunday In September’ festival in London together with Lesoir, The Gift EBB and Maud the Moth.
This will be our first ever gig in the UK, we can’t wait.
The mastering process of our new Album Ruins has finally finished. We like to thank Silvia (Studio Moskou
) for doing such a terrific job, it sounds amazing.
We also like to thank Floyd Raynor Atema for mixing our album, it was a difficult task but he managed to get the job done beyond our expectations. Well Done!
Now it’s time to reveal the artwork of our brand new album Ruins. The Art work is created by Daniel Martin
Stay tuned for more details soon!
The 4th of may is Remembrance Day in the Netherlands. To honour those who have fallen for our freedom, we made a video for the song Line in the Sand. This song was written two years ago, and is about war and all the madness that comes with it. Asking ourselves ‘who’s to decide, who lives and who dies, and who draws the line in the sand’. Sadly, the song is even more actual today than when it was written, with war raging once again in Europe. Lest we forget…
See video Line In The Sand
Go to: Our Kickstarter campaign!
We have made several packages to choose from:
- Downriver Dead Men Pack
- Downriver Poor Men Pack
- Downriver Welfare Men pack
- Downriver Worker Men Pack
- Downriver Middle-class Men Pack
- Downriver Rich Men Pack
- Downriver Filthy Rich Men Pack
- Downriver Undead Men Pack
- Living-room concert + Poor Men Pack
- Downriver LIVE Men Pack
We just learnt that a great review of our latest album Departures is printed in a leading Dutch music magazine called OOR. For our Dutch fans, please read the article here:
We still have some Departures T shirts left so get one while they last!
Sizes S,M,L and XL With album cover printed white on High quality black shirt
Prices are €20 post and packaging included
Orders can be placed by sending an email to email@example.com
The album Departures is available, you can order them now.
Send us an e-mail with your name and address. We will contact you with further information about the payment. The album costs are € 15,-, and together with shippingcosts it’s € 20,-.
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We just learnt that a great review of our album Tides is printed in a leading Dutch music magazine called OOR, issue 11. For our Dutch fans, please read the article here:
The genre of Prog Rock seems to be the exclusive playing ground of Steven Wilson (and his various bands) and bands that are signed on the Kscope recording label, such as Pineapple Thief and Anathema. Yet, in the Netherlands a number of bands adhere to this genre as well, such as Downriver Dead Men Go. Their album Tides is a collection of stunning melodies that, if you would like to make a comparison, comes close to Nosound (one of Steven Wilson’s pet projects). Languid, with sometimes an acceleration, dreamy, and highbrowed in the positive sense of the word. A musical fulcrum that is carefully structured and worked out. In particular, the moving Never Change, with minimalistic piano melodies, brings out the best of the band. Downriver Dead Men Go restates the Netherlands as an important prog rock country.