Six years after ‘Krataia Asterope’ (2007) and many live performances in Europe, the Greeks led by the duet Spyros Giasafakis & Evi Stergiou are back with their new album ‘Psychostasia’. Since its origins the band uses reproductions of ancient Greek instruments such as the lyre, the pandoura and the barbitos. During their shows, the 3 singing Nymphs wear masks and interpret bewitching ancient dances. Read more…
Sharon Knight and Pandemonaeon have been (and still are) long-time icons in the realm of Pagan rock. Sharon is now offering a limited number of her first album, “Incantation”, autographed and with extra goodies for only $12.00! Own a piece of Pagan rock history!
Source: New Bones (Bone Poets Orchestra Newsletter)
Ecstasy in the Ruins continues
Hey Everybody! Lotta new things poking up through the earth all around us here in Snoho. Spring flowers, green grass, new songs finally getting recorded. People getting sick, getting well, and some dying. The record will likely be dedicated to the memory of my oldest brother, whose wunderkind abilities where what I had to live up to as a child. He died March 7th in his sleep at 71. I guess we are at that age. It just makes me want to get the work done. Life is uncertain, record now!
Ive taken a new tack and Im working on one song start to finish in the next couple of weeks. Given the reaction that people had to the title tune, I decided to make Ecstasy in the Ruins be the priority song. We raised almost all the money needed to record it over the last little bit here, so Im running with what we can do. Read more…
Queen of Heaven, Queen of Hell, the latest album by Inkubus Sukkubus is now available from the band’s website: http://inkubussukkubus.com/
All copies ordered before April 24th 2013 will be shipped with a free Queen of Heaven, Queen of Hell badge set, and the buyer will be entered into the draw to win the original artwork used in the CD booklet. The official release of the album will not be available until the end of May, but those from the band’s website are available now, and are also available personally signed by the band.
Queen of Heaven, Queen of Hell contains 16 tracks, including new material, tracks previously not available on CD and complete re-mixes and re-workings of older tracks, including the finished version of the “Daemon Romantica” remix of Heart of Lilith.
The Album will be promoted throughout the year by a series of live shows details on the bands web page.