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KEKAL is now offering no time-limit Free Downloads of their 3 albums: “Audible Minority” (2008), “Acidity” (2005), and “1000 Thoughts of Violence” (2003). All download links as well as info on where to buy the CD can be found on this page:
http://www.kekal.org/download

Kekal’s Official Website, Myspace, Facebook, Reverbnation pages, etc. will be kept online as sources of information, and are currently being run and maintained by a couple volunteers/street-team members. There might be some new additions and updates to the sites but will not be as frequent as when the band was active.

As Jeff and Levi are no longer in the band as for now, they can’t be contacted either via Kekal’s email and MySpace, but however, feel free to post messages to them on the wall of Kekal’s Facebook page so that they will be able to read them. Despite there is no current active members in the band, the status of Kekal is NOT disbanded.

Thank You for keep supporting Kekal.

http://www.kekal.org

http://www.myspace.com/kekal
http://www.facebook.com/kekalofficial

http://www.last.fm/music/kekal
(Scrobble your Kekal listening experience!)

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