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New album out later this year on Metalapolis Records.

From facebook:

ETHEREALITY cover reveal and pre-orders now live! -https://maverickshop.bigcartel.com/

Ladies & Gentlemen, Children of all ages, Maverick & Metalapolis Records proudly brings to you the cover of our upcoming 2020 release . . .

Ethereality!

Original artwork by the hugely talented Cardaan from the Ukraine! -https://instagram.com/cardaart?igshid=y631stg27is9

We cannot wait to hit the studio and get these songs recorded for you all! It is definitely shaping up to be our best record yet, something that we do not say lightly!

To everyone who pre-orders using the ‘big cartel’ link at the top of this post, your orders will be posted the day before the worldwide release date. Also you will be personally thanked by name in the liner notes of the sleeve, just like with our previous record 'Cold Star Dancer'. Because without you, we simply wouldn't be here - you are the lifeblood of Maverick!

Along with our brothers in the Metalapolis Records family we thank you all for the continued support and promise to release the best record we possibly can!

Release date TBA after completion of recording.

All the love,

Dave, Ryan, Richie, Ric & Jason

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Nice.  Blind preorder done!

I'd guess we probably won't see this album until the summer at the earliest but good news.

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thanks for sharing, I did not know they were coming out with a new album this year

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The also reissued Quid Pro Quo last year, with a previously unlreleased bonus track and the Talk's Cheap EP added to it.

https://metalapolis.eu/produkt/maverick-quid-pro-quo-cd-digi/?fbclid=IwAR2TSpkwS3UrakrjjJbBhJ5H-M9WOy74a8cBFOjmWVE5wIrcVsicYLz3oc4

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quid pro quo is excellent but I have liked each release since a little bit less each time

Good band for sure though

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1 hour ago, Gotthardline said:

quid pro quo is excellent but I have liked each release since a little bit less each time

Good band for sure though

this ^^^^

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43 minutes ago, Glen said:

this ^^^^

Yeah, I'd agree with that too. 

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49 minutes ago, Geoff said:

Yeah, I'd agree with that too. 

Guess I'll be the oddball but for me it's the opposite.  I think I've liked each release a little bit more than the last.

But for me they'd probably all be literally all be within about 5 points of each other if I were rating them and enjoy them all. 

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