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PLANETS Rock?

Hot on the heels of The Planets in HD, I see the folks at SEED magazine have a nifty interview with One Ring Zero about their new album, PLANETS, an astronomy-themed rock symphony. We’re still a few years out from the hundredth anniversary of Gustav Holst’s astrology ode, written between 1914 and 1916. But the...

Hot on the heels of The Planets in HD, I see the folks at SEED magazine have a nifty interview with One Ring Zero about their new album, PLANETS, an astronomy-themed rock symphony.

We’re still a few years out from the hundredth anniversary of Gustav Holst’s astrology ode, written between 1914 and 1916.

But the smartie-pants musical duo of Michael Hearst and Joshua Camp decided to mark the occasion a touch early with a much more science-based tribute to our solar system—beating Dr. Dre to the proverbial punch.

The SEED Q&A kinda has things covered—including how the demotion of Pluto acted as a driver for the album—so I will say no more than to check out the trippy video for Venus:

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