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22Mar 2017

Spotify Playlists Series: Laura Agnusdei - You Saxy Thing

To go along with the tour, we have decided to compile a playlist for each member of the band. Each of us has picked a more or less specific musical realm to explore, so to give you a personal overview on the many facets that make our sound. This week we'd like to share Laura Agnusdei's selection of sax-centered music. Enjoy!
21Mar 2017

'Salting Traces' on Mojo

Our song Salting Traces, from the new album Invocation And Ritual Dance Of My Demon Twin, is included on the cover mount CD "Pigs Might Fly" of the latest issue of Mojo Magazine. The compilation also features music by Foxygen, Six Organs Of Admittance, Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation, Hawkwind, Gong and more. Read all about the issue here.
15Mar 2017

Spotify Playlists Series: Scarfo's Metal Mayhem

To go along with the tour, we have decided to compile a playlist for each member of the band. Each of us has picked a more or less specific musical realm to explore, so to give you a personal overview on the many facets that make our sound. This week we'd like to share Scarfo's collection of classics from the darkest side of the business. Enjoy!
13Mar 2017

FUNDRAISING ALBUM FOR AMANDA

The guys at Baba Yaga's Hut have put together a digital compilation to raise funds for Amanda Moss, co-owner of the Corsica Studios in London, who has recently been diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer that requires a specific and expensive cycle of medical treatments. They've asked us for help and we promptly responded with an outtake from the sessions for Invocation And Ritual Dance Of My Demon Twin. The song is called Fire Unbound and you can find it as part of this compilation that can be purchased here.
07Mar 2017

Spotify Playlists Series: Nic's Picks

To go along with the tour that just started, we have decided to compile a playlist for each member of the band. Each of us has picked a more or less specific musical realm to explore, so to give you a personal overview on the many facets that make our sound. The first one we'd like to share is the most broad one and comes from Nicola Caleffi. Enjoy!
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