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Bone Cave Ballet

Bone Cave Ballet
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The Seattle band began as a reconnection between ex-band mates, when vocalist/guitarist Jacqui Gilroy and fellow Detroit transplant drummer Kelly Mynes decided to rekindle their musical flame. The progressive and emotionally potent song structures are written by Gilroy, and are fleshed out by Mynes, bassist Ezekiel Lords, and guitarist Jeff Blancato to create a sound that fans say they've never heard before.
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Releases on file (2)
Bone Cave Ballet — Will of the Waves Bone Cave Ballet — Will of the Waves
((Not on label) no#, 2013, CD)
Bone Cave Ballet — The Echo of Entropy Bone Cave Ballet — The Echo of Entropy
((Not on label) no#, 2009, CD)

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