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Monday 20th February 2012

Now based in Canada, Skellig set to release 'Kingdom Come'

THE FOLK rock band Skellig, who relocated from Dorset to Vancouver Island, Canada, will release their first album since 1998's 'Fragile (Handle With Care)" on 24th March. 'Kingdom Come' was mixed at Woodshop Recording Studios by Zak Cohen and mastered in Nashville by Brad Blackwood. CR

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Posted by Denise harris in weymouth UK @ 13:16 on Mar 30 2012

Love all the songs on this especially, sheltered, and Kingdom come. Songs are very catchy and easy to listen to with powerful Christian message,.

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