Rings of Saturn ‘Dingir’ Album Streaming

by | Oct 27, 2012

Rings of Saturn are streaming their new album Dingir online. Listen below.

The effort has been pushed back from a November 20th release date to February 5th via Unique Leader Records.

Speaking on streaming the album months early, the band stated that legal issues have delayed the record’s release. Also, a poor quality pre-production version of the album leaked online.

“If you guys are going to listen to a leaked version of our album, we would much rather you listen and jam out to the ACTUAL high quality finished album, rather than a low quality unfinished product,” the band said. The group stated that they encourage their fans to purchase the record during the first week of its release, as “a band’s first week album sales dictate what tours the band gets on, what slots they get, and where they are able to go.”  

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