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"As the previous albums have all found purpose and organization around certain themes, so Evil Eye dances in the inspiration of ancient magic, specifically lesser and greater magic... Having listened to it several times over now, Evil Eye feels like the doom metal answer to Disney’s Fantasia..." ~ Doomed & Stoned
Instrumental Post-Doom quartet CLOUDS TASTE SATANIC is set to release their fifth album on April 30, 2019 (Walpurgis Eve). Entitled 'Evil Eye', the new record features two 20-minute songs on two sides of vinyl and is the first of two CLOUDS TASTE SATANIC records coming out this year.
The second album, 'Second Sight', features two more 20-minute songs and will be released on October 31, 2019 (Halloween). Consider 'Evil Eye' to be Part 1 of a two record set, which sees the band maintaining their “Riffs Rule All” credo, with an added dose of introspection by way of mixed tempos, spacy interludes, jazzy breaks, and epic finales. Each song is divided into three parts and explores the worlds of Lesser and Greater Magic, which were inspired by "The Theory and Practice of Satanic Magic" which is part of The Satanic Bible.
'Evil Eye' Tracklist:
Lesser Magic (first track "Evil Eye") - “consists of the wile and guile obtained through various devices and contrived situations, which when utilized can create change in accordance with one’s will.” Greater Magic (second track "Pagan Worship" track), also known as Ritual Magic - “consists of the performance of a formal ceremony, taking place, at least in part, within the confines of an area set aside for such purposes and at a specific time.”
Like its predecessor 'The Glitter of Infinite Hell', the album recordings for 'Evil Eye' were engineered and mixed by Ben Rice at Degraw Sound in Brooklyn, and mastered by Alan Douches (High On Fire, Converge, Mastodon) at West West Side Music.
The cover and inner sleeve art are original pieces by Goatess Doomwych whose work has graced numerous doom music covers and artwork posters, including albums by Dead Witches.
Post-Doom or Die…
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