Cruz del Sur Music
8/10 – Review by Jamie Cansdale
You may recall sometime four years ago when this band released an album entitled Last Sunrise. You probably also remember this album had a very bizarre front cover and may have never picked it up as a result. If this is the case, then the joke is on you: Last Sunrise is an underrated gem that speaks louder than any image given to it.
Published by Bloomsbury
Reviewed by Steve Earles
Firstly, that is one of the most witty and appropriate titles I have come across in quite some time.
Tom Wilkinson teaches architectural history and it shows, he has a great ability to impart his own knowledge onto the reader in a most accessible fashion.
Hans Rudolf “Ruedi” Giger
February 19140-12 May 2014-06-10
Obituary by Steve Earles
“Giger’s work disturbs us, spooks us, because of its enormous evolutionary time span. It shows us, all too clearly, where we have come from and where we going.”
The world visionary is bandied about a lost in our post-media social world, usually by self-obsessed talentless non-entities trying to promote themselves.
Interview by Luke Hayhurst
All questions answered by THE WIZARD (guitar, bass, vocals)
DM:: Greetings from the UK! God save the Queen.
I’d like to start by talking about the wonderfully named debut album you released a couple of years ago. “Misery Wizard”, how did you come by the name and what we’re the albums themes?
THE WIZARD: The name comes from us being miserable and us liking wizards. And it sounds awesome together. The album had a lot of really cool themes. Evil wizards, flying saucers, black robed cultists, and saving the world.
On the back of their rather successful first album, Sepulchral Ruins Below The Temple, occult Death Metal act Sheol/שְׁאוֹל made their first live appearance at the Unicorn in London last night.