September 2, 2013

SEVEN THAT SPELLS "Future Retro Spasm" (EYE 006)


Our sixth release is a reissue of Croatian space psychedelic mongers SEVEN THAT SPELLS 2010 album "Future Retro Spasm", previously available through Beta-lactam Ring Records on CD format only.

A dazzling recording by Croatia’s finest heavy spacerock band, channeling Hawkwind, Igra Staklenih Perli and Acid Mothers Temple in an brain melting labyrinth of disorientating rhythms, exploding guitars, complex sax, bubbling electronics, jazzy calmness and celestial knowledge. Brilliant all the way through!

LP version is pressed on high quality vinyl and comes out in a limited edition of 300 copies (150 color & 150 black). The colored copies come in solid orange. 


Beta-Lactam Ring's description on the 2010 CD release:
"Ferocious iron age percussive propulsion into the inner core of existential angst. STS's psych moves sound like road construction in downtown NYC; a pummeling, from which arises a sublime melodic poetry and the sweet smell of asphalt. Seven That Spells has won the spelling bee by correctly spelling Kraut with 3 umlauts, and 2 Gurus. They are not, however, an Ohr label cover band, their recipe IS leaving the strudel in the rain. After several releases STS definitely has a flavour. The unit forms up on track for track with such precision that the completion of each piece seems like a magic trick. Cosmosis floes leaving experimental eddyie glistening in the light from burning attack ships. Mechanic and destructiw, delivered with John Bonham force. Seven That Spells and seven is."


Sample here. 


LTD EDT (only 300 copies)
150 coloured vinyl  € 22.00
150 black vinyl  € 20.00

Release Date: 10 Sep. 2013

Buy at our e-shop.


3 comments:

  1. Awesome! Always love those Seven that Spells covers. Definitely the right idea. It's been a long time since I heard one of their albums. Looking forward to this one!

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  2. Realy good idea! love this album.. and what a beautiful cover haha

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  3. Your copy is on the way Tom... :)

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