Van Gogh is the debut studio album from the Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Van Gogh, released in 1986. Soon after the album release Van Gogh disbanded, only to reunite in 1990. Van Gogh is the band's only album that does not feature Zvonimir Đukić on vocals, but on guitar only. The album was originally released by PGP-RTB in 1986, and rereleased in 2001 by Metropolis Records.
Ever since the release of their 2009 debut album, Vangough have been releasing a new album every year. After the release of their third album, Kingdom Of Ruin (2011), the band seemed to take 2012 off but right at the end of year came a five track EP. The intro and outro tracks are just that, what this EP is actually about are the three songs in between. A Song For Crows is clearly a tribute to the band's debut album and it's easily the most beautiful track that they've released to date!
Vangough are a progressive metal band from Oklahoma, United States. The band was formed by vocalist and guitarist Clay Withrow in 2008 when he wanted to pursue more of a band effort after releasing his solo album, Dissonance Rising. They released their first album Manikin Parade in 2009, which was defined as a cross between Pain of Salvation and The Flower Kings. Their second album, Kingdom of Ruin was released in 2011, and their third album, Between the Madness in 2013.
Vangough Acoustic Scars. Vangough discography (all). lt; Kingdom of Ruin (2011). Between the Madness (2013). Type: EP. Release date: December 18th, 2012.