"In mirrors digged up from the earth I see myself / Lambent upon my childhood fields in wounds" (Inmost Nigredo)
Fan homage to one of the best dark rock bands ever: In Solitude.
As well as to related creative manifestations: No Future, Reveal, Invidious...and beyond.

Sunday, 8 December 2019

Saturnalia Temple's "Gravity": pre-orders and some interesting details

The majestic cover artwork for "Gravity"
has been crafted by Brian Van Der Pol.
Saturnalia Temple are releasing their third full-length "Gravity" on February 21st, 2020 on Listenable Records, and as of now, it's already possible to pre-order the album on CD digipak and on vinyl through Season of Mist's webshop.

Tommie Eriksson unveils also some interesting details about "Gravity":

"We reached a more organic sound from using only my old vintage equipment . I used my old Laney Klipp amps from 1971 (same as Iommi used on the old albums) and my 1977 Mockingbird guitar, as well as my unique old Keio Fuzz Wah from 1970. All signal paths went through my TLA Valve Preamps and compressor. Vocals was made with an old Ribbon microphone. this is the best album we’ve ever made.

"Gravity" as the concept of Saturn in alchemy enables existence through distance and separation, allowing man to reach the magical goals and the total separation of Kaivalya and personal divinity. Furthermore, gravity facilitates the heaviness of the world to work for you. Unwanted influences and energies are allowed to fall away by themselves simply by one moving in the accurate path, perhaps akin to Aleister Crowley’s 'Every man and woman is a star' concept."

"Gravity" has been recorded in the band’s own Sitra Ahra Studio in the dark forests of Sweden, produced as always by band founder Tommie Eriksson and is the first album to feature drummer Kennet Granholm, live drummer since 2013, permanent member since 2015.

While we wait to experience this new manifestation by Saturnalia Temple in its entirety, it's possible to pre-order it through Season of Mist on CD digipak and on vinyl.