The Hunt for Blue Harvest is a short story told in sweeping soundscapes about grand space exploration, cosmic battles, great escapes, and… awww who are we kidding. It’s a blatant homage to one of the greatest movies ever made. Minus the lens flares of course.
Recorded primarily live in the studio with very few overdubs during the fall of 2015 and mixed and mastered early winter this is a small taste of what we hope are grander things to come from Edweird.
You can listen to and purchase it from our BandCamp page in multiple formats including FLAC and MP3. Also included is a PDF copy of the liner notes and CD gatefold suitable for printing.Read More
I Shall Die Here is the fourth studio album by American sludge metal band The Body. Released on April 1, 2014 through RVNG Intl. record label, the album was produced by British electronic musician The Haxan Cloak.
It’s rare sometimes that an recording comes along that won’t allow you to skip tracks. This is one such record. From the opening pummel of “To Carry the Seeds of Death Within Me” to the final track “Darkness Surrounds Us” with it’s reverb drenched violin dancing thru the stereo field post a statement on the cruelty of life itself, this album is breathtakingly intense and dynamic.
I’m in awe of The Haxen Cloak on any given day, but the production here is impeccable. If this band collaborated with him again I would buy that record without a second thought nor a need to hear it first.
This album begs for a good set of headphones, a single lit candle, and a thunderstorm off in the distance.
This album can be purchased direct from RVNG.Read More
Holy crap folks! We’ve stayed with the same old layout for too long. A fresh start is what was needed. Please, snoop around. You’ll find this site to be way more efficient than the last two. We’ve simplified things a great deal and have plans to update content more frequently.
We’ve created an album review page called “The Noise” where we will have album reviews of artists from all over the world including embedded links to the album when possible. Artists can submit their work for review thru our contact form.
The Store page now has embedded players from our BandCamp page. No need to go their until you’re ready to buy something. Listen to your hearts content.