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On the road with The Gathering

In August 2007 Anneke van Giersbergen left The Gathering to focus on her solo project Agua de Annique, no doubt causing fans to wonder if the band could carry on. Her replacement was Silje Wergeland (ex-Octavia Sperati), and here's a taste of the new lineup.

by Jon Davis, Published 2012-09-09


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): The Gathering

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