|Time, The Healer
|Studio album by
|March, 2010 TBC (United Kingdom)
|Stoner rock, hard rock, post-hardcore
|None the Less chronology
Time, The Healer is a 10 track debut album by None the Less which is due to be released in March 2010. The album was recorded at Glasseye Studios in Hatfield and was engineered by Dan Lancaster.
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