Friday, June 26, 2009

Coming Soon from MZR: Sypha Nadon's "Our Lady of the Flowers of the Red Night" LP [MZR019]

To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Sypha Nadon, MZR decided to release three Sypha Nadon albums this year. First there was "Universe C: Beyond", the third volume in the Sypha Nadon anthology series. This was followed by a greatest hits retrospective entitled "The Nightmare Factory". Now, coming hot on the heels of those two releases, MZR is pleased to announce the third album, "Our Lady of the Flowers of the Red Night" [MZR019]. This album, Sypha's first of all-new studio material since "The Black Omen" soundtrack nearly a year and a half ago, features 13 songs, and will be about an hour in length. We hope to release it this coming MOnday. With material inspired by William S. Burroughs' "Cities of the Red Night," Gnostic mythology, and Christian Mysticism, it sounds unlike any Sypha Nadon album ever before conceived. The tracklisting is as follows:

1. Invocation (4:02)
2. Disko of Shadows (4:31)
3. Receiving the Logos (4:00)
4. Obsequies of Charlie Newton (4:04)
5. Choronzon Says (5:41)
6. Midnight in the House of Hurt (7:00)
7. Virus B23 (2:24)
8. Funeral Music for Konstantin Raudive (5:09)
9. Interzone (4:58)
10. Horse Rotorvating (4:15)
11. The Demiurge Descends Through Oceans of Blood and Chaos... (2:50)
12. The Interior Castle (8:03)
13. Epilogue (0:19)

A special director's cut interview with Sypha Nadon related to the creation of this album and an explanation of is themes will also appear in the coming weeks.

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