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8 thoughts on “ Plague Of All - Cult Of Dom Keller - The Second Bardo (CD, Album)

  1. Nathan Barrett met up with Nottingham’s Cult of Dom Keller in anticipation of their upcoming split single with The Myrrors which is out on July 25th and now available for pre-order.. The band has been around for 7 years now, but for those out there that don’t know you, can you tell us a bit about the Cult of Dom Keller? I’ve seen the band evolve over that time, so from point A to point B.
  2. Dec 24,  · referencing The Second Bardo, LP, Album, Ltd, Oxb, CFUL Just a heads up to buyers of this one: there are 2 presses, this one from winter which is pretty much red vinyl and the summer repress which is red and green so make sure you're getting the version you want if you're buying a sealed copy of this release/5(39).
  3. Listen to music from The Cult of Dom Keller like Plague of all, Worlds & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Cult of Dom Keller. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. The Second Bardo. 1, listeners · 9 tracks Play album.
  4. The Cult Of Dom Keller are from the Midlands, and they make psychedelic rock – HEAVY psychedelic rock. Their new record ‘The Second Bardo’ is absolutely stunning – wall-to-wall, cover-to-cover trippy clout and heft and sinister brown-acid vibes that’d scare the shit out of Wavy Gravy. Their titanic grooves are reminiscent of Spacemen 3, Loop, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Wooden Shjips, Psychic Ills.
  5. Second Bardo by cult of dom keller, released 14 February 1. Plague of All 2. The Snake Keeps Changing 3. Dead Seas 4. Into The Sky Volcano / Burning Skies 5. Heavy And Dead 6. Godshaker 7. Ghost Bones 8. The Second Bardo 9. Killed In My Sleep.
  6. Artist: The Cult of Dom Keller Title Of Album: The Second Bardo Year Of Release: Label: Cardinal Fuzz Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock Quality: / FLAC Total Time: min Total Size: MB Tracklist: 1. Plague Of All 2. The Snake Keeps Changing 3. Dead Seas 4. Into The Sky Volcano - Beyond Burning Skies 5.
  7. cult of dom keller. UK. Since these DIY sonic alchemists have been creating whacked out soundscapes and songs that appear to have been born from another universe, all from the confines of their sonic bunker.
  8. The Cult of Dom Keller – a four-piece from the Midlands – make the kind of experimental goth-tinged psych that, has thus far, eluded Fans of Swans and The Icarus Line will find plenty to entertain them here – this is a band unafraid to take risks. The thing that first impresses on hearing TCODK is the sheer scale of their intentions.

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