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Bad Blood: A Life Without Consequence by David B. Roundsley Goodbye 2020… A year few anticipated that presented everyone with struggles and challenges to overcome and get through. Despite the many loses and challenges the year presented, it’s also been a year of resilience and hope. On many fronts people pulled together to do what’s best for others as well as themselves and I have every confidence we will turn several corners in the coming
College Radio Christmas Eve EP from Munich Syndrome It’s been a very busy year with the release of the book, Bad Blood – A Life Without Consequence, along with two full-length albums, GRAY/SCALE, and the soundtrack to the book, Bad Blood. While unplanned, two new songs happened: a Christmas song, College Radio Christmas Eve. A song commemorating a very somber Christmas eve many (MANY) years ago when late one night I discovered a faint college
Bad Blood – A Life Without Consequence by David B. Roundsley, accompanying soundtrack, Bad Blood by Munich Syndrome The Kickstarter campaign for Bad Blood – A Life Without Consequence is now over. The album is available for digital pre-order at our BandCamp site. The book and CD will be available at all major retail websites the second quarter of 2021! If you would like to order a signed copy of the book, album, or both,

Bad Blood – A Life Without Consequence

Posted by munichsyndrome on  August 10, 2020
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Bad Blood – A Life Without Consequence, Kickstarter Campaign August 13 2020 – September 11, 2020 Bad Blood – A Life Without Consequence is the memoir by David B. Roundsley recounting his 13-year search for his birth parents and his DNA origins. Accompanying the book will be Munich Syndrome’s 11th album, Bad Blood! Written during and about search and journey, the album is a soundtrack / curated listening experience that takes a stylistic shift into
GRAY/SCALE from Munich Syndrome https://munichsyndrome.bandcamp.com/album/gray-scale GRAY/SCALE, the new release from Munich Syndrome will be available on BandCamp tomorrow, March 20, 2020. On Friday March 20 Bandcamp is also waiving artist contribution fees, so any purchases made tomorrow for any artist on Bandcamp will go directly to the artist. The album is download only. The album will be available shortly from CD Baby, Amazon, Apple Music, iTunes and all major streaming services. Depending on demand we

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