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2 x Vinyl LP Second Pressing. Ltd. Edition. Bloodred vinyl.
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REMASTERED & EXPANDED edition featuring 9 minutes of previously unreleased rehearsal recordings.The second pressing is limited to 299 numbered copies on bloodred vinyl and comes with a 630x630 mm foldout poster artwork by Amanda de Frumiere.
Includes unlimited streaming of VAMPYR
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Psychedelic dreampop group Death and Vanilla, returns with their second release for Kalligrammofon, a 2 x vinyl-LP edition of Vampyr, a live recording capturing a semi-improvised performance made during the screening of Carl Theodor Dreyers classic horror movie Vampyr (1932) at Fantastisk Filmfestival in Lund 2012.09.23 (*D2: recorded during the "Vampyr"-rehearsals).
Typically a duo, this particular recording finds the group fleshed out to a quintet with organs, glockenspiel, vibraphonette, moog, samples, bass, guitar and zither. The album is slow to unfurl and carefully executed, brilliantly evoking it’s grim subject matter and ominous tone.
Originally released as a cassette on Moon Glyph in 2013, Kalligrammofon is proud to present Vampyr in a re-mastered and expanded edition featuring 9 minutes of previously unreleased rehearsal recordings. The album is limited to 499 numbered copies on bloodred vinyl and comes with a 630x630 mm foldout poster artwork by Amanda de Frumiere. A second edition of 299 copies are to be released in October 2014.
released June 16, 2014
Magnus Bodin: Moog
Petter Herbertsson: bass, glockenspiel
Magnus Westerholm: vibraphonette, percussion
Marleen Nilsson: organ, sampler
Anders Hansson: guitar, zither, sampler
Mastered by Tomas Bodén.
Cover illustration by Amanda De Frumerie
Originally released on cassette as MG66 by Moon Glyph.
Lovely and creepy as always. This sounds even more like the surreal soundtrack of an obscure horror movie, probably made in Czechoslovakia in 1970. Makes me nostalgic for Stereolab, pioneers of this genre whose strong echoes are noticeable. Jabod