Archive for September, 2013

Lupus reviews

Posted in General on 22/09/2013 by chrish

Here’s some reviews of our album Lupus  from its original release on CD last year. The double LP is out now: black vinyl in the shopsgold vinyl from Cardinal Fuzz.

…this album gathers up a whole bunch of psych and prog influences and pours them out like black coffee. – A Closer Listen

Each song builds to a huge, sprawling crescendo of darkness, a cathartic, demented dream…. Think Dylan Carson’s ‘Earth’ if it was actually played by goblins. – Echoes And Dust

…sounding like it was recorded in a sacred cave deep underground, just add flickering candlelight and headphones for the full effect. – Terrascope

…punctures the time-space continuum in ways that have you believing it clocks in at least double its length. – Cosmic Tones

The eeriest soundtrack to the best film you never saw – Foxy Digitalis

Lupus vinyl – out on Monday

Posted in Recording on 20/09/2013 by chrish

Our album Lupus gets its official release on vinyl on Monday, 23rd of September. It’s available directly from Cardinal Fuzz on fantastic gold vinyl;  the ordinary black vinyl is in stock at Norman and Piccadilly Records, and may be ordered by any record shop from Forte Distribution. (NB the gold colour of  vinyl does not affect the playback quality)


The Sun Behind The Sun

Posted in Merch, On The Web, Recording on 04/09/2013 by chrish

We have a few copies left on LP and CD of The Sun Behind The Sun, our collaborative album with Black Tempest.  The LP is on grey vinyl and is a limited edition of 350 (also still available in all good record shops).  The CD is a run of  100 in a hand made mirror card sleeve and printed inner sleeve, and is sold out everywhere else.

Head over to our Big Cartel site to order.

Due to the protracted release schedule, some reviews were published long before the evenutal release date so here’s a handy roundup: Terrascope | Beard Rock | Echoes And Dust | Sunrise Ocean Bender | Bob Osborne’s Aural Delights | It’s Psychedelic Baby | Giblog | Norman Records