BLOOD AXIS "The Gospel Of Inhumanity" CD
Cat No: STRM-14
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The Gospel of Inhumanity, the influential and controversial first album by Blood Axis, was originally recorded in the winter of 1994-1995, and first released on legendary Cthulhu Records in 1995. This is official ever reissue on their own Storm Records.
The music on "The Gospel of Inhumanity" was created by Michael Moynihan and Robert Ferbrache through a combination of electronic, electric, and acoustic instruments, various source-tape recordings, vocals, and effects.
The original CD booklet featured a panoramic centerpiece of Pierre Fritel's stunning Les Conquérants, a massive painting first exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1892.
CD version housed in the original digipak artwork.
NOTICE: Limited LP vinyl version (Black Vinyl edition) is also available!
[ t r a c k l i s t ]
A1. The Gospel Of Inhumanity 5:48
A2. The Voyage (Canto I)
A3. Eternal Soul
A4. Between Birds Of Prey
A5. Herr, Nun Laß In Frieden
B1. Reign I Forever
B3. Storm Of Steel
[ n o t e s ]
Written and performed by Blood Axis
Engineered, recorded, mixed and mastered by Robert Ferbrache at Absinthe Studios, 1994-2013.
Track A2 and A3 originally composed by J.S. Bach and arranged by Blood Axis
Voice and lyrics on track A2 by Ezra Pound
Electrc bass on track A3 and B3 by Chris Pearson
Voice and lyrics on track A5 by Charles Manson
Musical Theme on Track B1 by Sergej S. Prokofiew
Drums on track B1 by Jerry Cuba
Lyrics on track B1 by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Lyrics on track B2 by Various Intoxicated Bodies
Design by Michael Moynihan
Graphic layout by Markus Sterner
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