Wolf Steps – “Full Moons Over Pandemonia” – [Self-released]
mickeyslim 6/11/2014 A Library, CD
Appropriately subtitled “A Docu-Orchestral Voyage,” this double disc release delivers just that. Synthesizers, pianos, organs, accordions maybe (?), growling thunderous electronics, and vocal samples all weave themselves into this hour and a half piece of mind warping madness.
While this definitely sounds like a twisted soundtrack of sorts, I’d say it has more of a narrative by itself. What it’s a story of, I’m not sure, what I am sure about is that it’s hectic, its dark, it doomy and absolute. The Four Kings of the Apocalypse make numerous appearances.
The second disc is noticably more black. The song don’t track, but there’s lots to love. Jump around and find some thing.. I’m sure you’ll dig.
you heard it 10 times on kfjc! most recently:
- 394 days ago, Lurker played Four Kings (of The Apocalypse) / War (II)
- 1858 days ago, Katie 2 played Full Moons Over Pandamonia
- 3202 days ago, Mr. Slippy played Prologue: Full Moos Over Pandemonia
- 3202 days ago, Cynthia Lombard played Johhnie Gets His Gun (Midlife Crisis of Should-Woulda Fuhrer
- 3202 days ago, Mickey Slim played Old Jazzmen's Church (Steve Kuhn) Cum Gang-Loot/ Ganglat
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THNX! Good ears!!! Actually a few hi-lites of a megalomaniacally larger work (hail, Wagner! get me
the phone numbers of those Valkyrias!)