Believe revealed a cover artwork for their forthcoming album “Yesterday Is A Friend”.

As previously announced Metal Mind Productions will released Believe’s second album on 19th May 2008 in Europe and 8th July 2008 in USA (via MVD). The band, created by guitarist Mirek Gil, should be known already by fans of Collage and Satellite. Not only was Mirek a founding member and main song writer of Collage, but he played with Satellite as well (on their debut album). For his new band he recruited former Satellite bassist Przemas Zawadzki, Tomek Rozycki (vocals, guitars), Adam Milosz (keyboards), Wlodek Tafel (drums), and Satomi (violin). Believe’s debut album “Hope to See Another Day” (2006) received very good reviews from both media and fans. The music appealed to the lovers of the old Collage but also to the fans of Porcupine Tree, Pink Floyd and… Riverside.

The follow-up album entitled “Yesterday Is A Friend” brings a powerful sound full of faith and melody with some hidden flavors. Features 9 stories about love, happiness, freedom, truth, faith – the most important things in everyone’s life. The new album was recorded in the following line-up:

Tomek Różycki – vocal (ex-Collage)
Mirek Gil – guitars  (founding member & main song writer of Collage, ex-Mr Gil)
Przemas Zawadzki (ex-Collage, ex-Satellite)
Satomi – violin
Vlodi – drums (ex-Mr Gil)

Guest musicians:

Adam MiÅ‚osz – keyboards
Winek Chróst – guitar
Krol Wróblewski – flue

It’s a must have for all art/progressive rock lovers!

The album will be available in two versions: as a standard CD and a digipak CD containing 3 bonus tracks.

“Yesterday Is A Friend”

Label: Metal Mind Records
Cat. No.: MMP 0593
Barcode: 5907785032279
Cat. No.: MMP 0594 DG (CD DG)
Barcode:  5907785032286 (CD DG)
Format: CD / CD Digipak
Genre: prog rock
Release date: 19.05.2008 Europe / 8.07.2008 USA


1. Time
2. Tumor
3. What They  What
4. Mystery Is Closer
5. You & Me
6. Danny Had A Neighbour
7. Memories
8. Unfaithful
9. Together

Bonus tracks (only on a digipak edition):

10. I Wish I Could
11. Holy Night
12. Best Wishes For Robert Fripp

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