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For the Ones to Whom Neither the Past nor the Future Belong (All Shall Be Hell Remix)

by All Shall Be Well (And All Shall Be Well and All Manner of Things Shall Be Well)

All Shall Be Well makes instrumental, cinematic music that builds on themes, they look for unsuspected melodies. All Shall Be Hell remixed this song into a dirty, gritty electro track.
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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1. For the Ones to Whom Neither the Past nor the Future Belong (All Shall Be Hell Remix) [feat. All Shall Be Hell]
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All Shall Be Well are an instrumental band from Haarlem, the Netherlands. They build on themes, thresh out their melodies and look for unsuspected harmonies. Their cinematic music is highly associative; they liken their music to stories rather than songs.

November 2014 saw the release of BLAUWGEEL, the follow up to All shall be well (and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well)’s debut album ROODBLAUW.

The band sees transparency as a great virtue; they release all their music through the Creative Commons, making it accessible for all to experience, share and create endless renditions.
All Shall Be Well has supported such bands as 65daysofstatic, …And you will know us by the trail of dead, A Place to Bury Strangers and Amusement Parks on Fire.

At live performances their image projections visualise their music, adding a deeper layer to their story

Joene / Wouter / Vincent / Bas

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