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Fuzz Club Records

The Cult Of Dom Keller 'Goodbye To The Light' PRE-ORDER

£9.99

Fuzz Club Records

The Cult Of Dom Keller 'Goodbye To The Light' PRE-ORDER

£9.99

12" coloured vinyl.

TCODK - a four-piece from the Midlands - make the kind of experimental goth- tinged psych that, has thus far, eluded 2016.

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.

Speaking of first single ‘Broken Arm Of God,’ the band said “we wanted it to sound like a volcano giving birth to an atomic bomb. It has bass and baritone guitar that killed 3 guitar amps in one afternoon, then a studio preamp. It's probably costing us a fortune in damages and repairs.

The result was exactly what we wanted though” This band can make a lot of noise. To focus on that however would be to negate what makes this band truly beguiling: nuance. Take ‘Deepest Pit Of Emptiness’ for example – its prog leanings combined with a decidedly English vocal delivery are as distinctive and profound as anything released this year.

TCODK have pushed themselves sonically on this album, it’s by far their most experimental release to date. It’s also an album rooted in darkness. “The new album deals with the theme of uncertainty, and put more simply – the end.” That theme resonates throughout the entire album.

Fans of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will be enamoured, but play it to a Sisters Of Mercy fan and watch their reaction: there is a new contender for the throne.

Tracklisting:
1. Shambhala Is On Fire
2. Astrum Argenteum
3. Bring Out The Dead
4. Waltz Of The Morgellons
5. Tunnel In The Clouds
6. Raven & Rockets
7. Nothing Left To Stay For
8. I Can See You
9. Hole In The Whole
10. Exterminating Angels
11. Deepest Pit Of Emptiness
12. Broken Arm Of God