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""Back In Control" erschien original 1998 im auf 2000 Einheiten limitierten Silberling auf Cold Meat Industry und logischerweise wurde es dann für Neuankömmlinge im militanten Sektor irgendwann schwier(...)"

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HHY & The Macumbas (Portugal)
"Beheaded Totem - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
22.00EUR • approx. 31.9USD [ add to cart ]
"Beheaded Totem" leads us straight into the damp caves of our minds as HHY & The Macumbas continue their march into the undiscover’d countries of psychoacoustics. Febrile, haunting and at times overwhelming. Lim. 300x.

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X1. Wilderness of Glass (09:19)
X2. A Scar in the Skull (01:43)
X3. Danbala Propaganda (09:59)
Y1. Deep Sleep Routine (00:18)
Y2. Ergot Glitter (07:15)
Y3. A Scar in the Bone (01:53)
Y4. Swisid Mekanize Rejiman (03:50)

last update: 2019-05-25
HHY & The Macumbas (Portugal)
"Beheaded Totem - Red Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
24.00EUR • approx. 34.8USD [ add to cart ]
"Beheaded Totem" leads us straight into the damp caves of our minds as HHY & The Macumbas continue their march into the undiscover’d countries of psychoacoustics. Febrile, haunting and at times overwhelming. Lim. 200x.

audio files available
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
X1. Wilderness of Glass (09:19)
X2. A Scar in the Skull (01:43)
X3. Danbala Propaganda (09:59)
Y1. Deep Sleep Routine (00:18)
Y2. Ergot Glitter (07:15)
Y3. A Scar in the Bone (01:53)
Y4. Swisid Mekanize Rejiman (03:50)

last update: 2019-05-25
HHY & The Macumbas (Portugal)
"Beheaded Totem" CD 2018, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
"Beheaded Totem" leads us straight into the damp caves of our minds as HHY & The Macumbas continue their march into the undiscover’d countries of psychoacoustics. Febrile, haunting and at times overwhelming, nothing short of a dream for the necro-tourist.

audio files available
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Wilderness of Glass (09:19)
02. A Scar in the Skull (01:43)
03. Danbala Propaganda (09:59)
04. Deep Sleep Routine (00:18)
05. Ergot Glitter (07:15)
06. A Scar in the Bone (01:53)
07. Swisid Mekanize Rejiman (03:50)

last update: 2019-04-28
Hypnopazuzu (United Kingdom)
"Create Christ, Sailor Boy" CD 2016, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Hypnopazuzu is Youth (Killing Joke ) and David Tibet (Current 93). 93 years in the making, "Create Christ..." offers a singular hallucinatory vision that marries symphonic splendour to indignant gnostic intensity unlike any of their previous outputs.

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01. Your Eyes In The Skittle Hills
02. Incidentally, Shaitan
03. Christmas With The Channellers
04. The Crow At Play
05. The Sex Of Stars
06. Magog At The Maypole
07. Sweet Sodom Singsongs
08. Pinocchio's Handjob
09. The Auras Are Escaping Into The Forest
10. Night Shout, Bird Tongue

last update: 2019-02-05
Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O (Norway)
"Are You Land Or Water - Blue Vynil" 12" Gatefold LP 2016, House of Mythology
20.00EUR • approx. 29USD [ add to cart ]
Nocturnal Rock songs interweave with moments of spectral ambience, creating a distinct and richly diverse cinematic vision, inspired by the likes of Earth, Grinderman, Talk Talk and Gato Barbieri yet existing in its own melancholic headspace.

Release date: 22.01.2016 (expected shipping date: 25.01.2016)


The Barbarossa Cave is located in the Kyffhäuser region of Germany, and takes its name from a local legend. According to such lore, Frederick Barbarossa – former German monarch and Roman Emperor of the twelfth century – slumbers within these caverns in a palace beneath the Kyffhäuser hills, his beard growing in circles around the table at which he rests, until either he reigns once more over a unified Germany, or the end of the world; whichever arrives first.

“I was and still am obsessed with caves,” relates Alexander Kloster-Jensen (Alex K), main source of the creative vision behind Norway’s enigmatic Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O (KKKMO), who was inspired by a visit to this mythic location during the cathartic period that led to their new and long-awaited album Are You Land or Water on House of Mythology. “The beautiful rivers of water flowing inside and through caves. There are sleeping national myths all across Europe waiting to be explored and exploited and the Barbarossa myth is one of them.”

Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O has bloodlines in the much-heralded Madrugada, whose albums Industrial Silence and Grit remain pivotal statements in Norwegian alternative rock, sculpting brooding and emotionally charged anthems as dramatic as they were captivating. Robert Burås – the band’s main songwriter – initially broke off to pursue a more garage-rock-oriented direction with My Midnight Creeps. Yet after his sad passing in 2007, Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O evolved from said band, taking ingredients from Dr. John the (Nite) Tripper-style voodoo and Mali-blues (Ali Farka Touré, Tinariwen) to forge the idiosyncratic rock-sound captured on their 2011 self-titled debut for EMI, which met with both considerable critical acclaim and sold-out shows for the band in their homeland.

Are You Land or Water arrives at the end of a tumultuous period for Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O following this debut, one in which they experienced both their studio being demolished and a takeover of their previous label, and in which Alex nearly quit music altogether. “Music didn't mean anything to me anymore,” he reflects. “I started to escape on my self-built bike, cycling into the woods around Oslo and doing long rides to other cities, discovering the satisfaction of being alone and in motion through the landscape. Just fast enough and far enough to discover real adventure.” However, it wasn’t long before he was coaxed back into action, initially with studio-based jams with Bez Farazollahi and frequent Ulver collaborator Anders Møller. “It was relaxed and free floating without any meaning and purpose,” notes Alex. “It reminded me of cycling … just getting from A to B”.

What eventually resulted inspired by not only the likes of Earth, Grinderman, Talk Talk and Gato Barbieri yet existing firmly in its own melancholic headspace, is a record very different from the band’s debut. Nocturnal rock songs like the expansive ‘Saleph’ and ‘Going Forth by Day’ – inspired by the same-named art exhibition by Bill Viola (Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin, 2002) – interweave with moments of spectral ambience such as the beautifully brooding ‘Europa’, creating a distinctly cinematic vision – richly diverse without losing the primal charge that’s guided the band since their inception.

Thus, somewhere from the anhydrite layers of the Barbarossa cave – whose location ended up titling two tracks on the album – arrived both a mythic intensity and a sense of tranquillity that have guided Alex and KKKMO through tribulations aplenty to discover new sonic landscapes to explore: “I wanted to design an experience that was warm and non-intrusive this time around. I have always been more interested in sounds and texture than making hit-songs,” reflects Alex. “Are You Land or Water is about tension, and describes the states of passive and active. You can not be the two at the same time, but the two states are equally important.”

– Jimmy Martin



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- tracklist -
01. Barbarossa (Fire Birth)
02. Saleph (The Voyage)
03. Going Forth By Day
04. Are You Land Or Water (The Deluge)
05. Kyffhäuser (The Path)
06. Europa (First Light)

last update: 2019-02-11
Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O (Norway)
"Are You Land Or Water" CD 2016, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Nocturnal Rock songs interweave with moments of spectral ambience, creating a distinct and richly diverse cinematic vision, inspired by the likes of Earth, Grinderman, Talk Talk and Gato Barbieri yet existing in its own melancholic headspace.

Release date: 22.01.2016 (expected shipping date: 25.01.2016)

The Barbarossa Cave is located in the Kyffhäuser region of Germany, and takes its name from a local legend. According to such lore, Frederick Barbarossa – former German monarch and Roman Emperor of the twelfth century – slumbers within these caverns in a palace beneath the Kyffhäuser hills, his beard growing in circles around the table at which he rests, until either he reigns once more over a unified Germany, or the end of the world; whichever arrives first.

“I was and still am obsessed with caves,” relates Alexander Kloster-Jensen (Alex K), main source of the creative vision behind Norway’s enigmatic Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O (KKKMO), who was inspired by a visit to this mythic location during the cathartic period that led to their new and long-awaited album Are You Land or Water on House of Mythology. “The beautiful rivers of water flowing inside and through caves. There are sleeping national myths all across Europe waiting to be explored and exploited and the Barbarossa myth is one of them.”

Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O has bloodlines in the much-heralded Madrugada, whose albums Industrial Silence and Grit remain pivotal statements in Norwegian alternative rock, sculpting brooding and emotionally charged anthems as dramatic as they were captivating. Robert Burås – the band’s main songwriter – initially broke off to pursue a more garage-rock-oriented direction with My Midnight Creeps. Yet after his sad passing in 2007, Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O evolved from said band, taking ingredients from Dr. John the (Nite) Tripper-style voodoo and Mali-blues (Ali Farka Touré, Tinariwen) to forge the idiosyncratic rock-sound captured on their 2011 self-titled debut for EMI, which met with both considerable critical acclaim and sold-out shows for the band in their homeland.

Are You Land or Water arrives at the end of a tumultuous period for Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O following this debut, one in which they experienced both their studio being demolished and a takeover of their previous label, and in which Alex nearly quit music altogether. “Music didn't mean anything to me anymore,” he reflects. “I started to escape on my self-built bike, cycling into the woods around Oslo and doing long rides to other cities, discovering the satisfaction of being alone and in motion through the landscape. Just fast enough and far enough to discover real adventure.” However, it wasn’t long before he was coaxed back into action, initially with studio-based jams with Bez Farazollahi and frequent Ulver collaborator Anders Møller. “It was relaxed and free floating without any meaning and purpose,” notes Alex. “It reminded me of cycling … just getting from A to B”.

What eventually resulted inspired by not only the likes of Earth, Grinderman, Talk Talk and Gato Barbieri yet existing firmly in its own melancholic headspace, is a record very different from the band’s debut. Nocturnal rock songs like the expansive ‘Saleph’ and ‘Going Forth by Day’ – inspired by the same-named art exhibition by Bill Viola (Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin, 2002) – interweave with moments of spectral ambience such as the beautifully brooding ‘Europa’, creating a distinctly cinematic vision – richly diverse without losing the primal charge that’s guided the band since their inception.

Thus, somewhere from the anhydrite layers of the Barbarossa cave – whose location ended up titling two tracks on the album – arrived both a mythic intensity and a sense of tranquillity that have guided Alex and KKKMO through tribulations aplenty to discover new sonic landscapes to explore: “I wanted to design an experience that was warm and non-intrusive this time around. I have always been more interested in sounds and texture than making hit-songs,” reflects Alex. “Are You Land or Water is about tension, and describes the states of passive and active. You can not be the two at the same time, but the two states are equally important.”

– Jimmy Martin



audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Barbarossa (Fire Birth)
02. Saleph (The Voyage)
03. Going Forth By Day
04. Are You Land Or Water (The Deluge)
05. Kyffhäuser (The Path)
06. Europa (First Light)

last update: 2019-04-28
Laniakea (United Kingdom)
"A Pot of Powdered Nettles - White Vinyl" 12" LP 2016, House of Mythology
20.00EUR • approx. 29USD [ add to cart ]
Laniakea evokes eternal vibrations devoted to living spirit in perpetual becoming. These four tracks of surging drone and melodic transcendence are cosmic hymns summoned by Coil-aficionados Daniel O'Sullivan (Ulver) and Massimo Pupillo (Zu).

Tower Gardens Road was an island surrounded by privet hedge and a rich wilderness out the back, around which the grime and grot of North London flowed, never penetrating. This fortress against the modern rush was shaped and transformed inside and out by the love and creativity of Ian Johnstone, gentleman satyr and Coil affiliate. Much of the house's interior was clad in dark stained wood, a dense menagerie of power amulets and the sidereal painting of Austin Osman Spare, the foliage outside filtering sunlight into a flickering green.

Over the years Ian Johnstone allowed those struggling against the high rents and broken loves of the capital to share his home. This generosity was repaid in the music that was created at 147 Tower Gardens, notably by Daniel O'Sullivan, who quietly foraged the sounds that made up albums by Ulver, Æthenor and Mothlite in a room with ornately barred windows at the rear of the house. For a while he was joined there by Alexander Tucker, with whom he recorded the transportive psychedelic pop of Grumbling Fur.

Ian Johnstone died in the spring of 2015, 147 Tower Gardens becoming a place of grief and remembering as his spirit departed. The sacred interior was gradually dismantled and abandoned, in the process of packing an immense cabinet of curiosities into cardboard boxes, Daniel was visited by his friend Massimo Pupillo of Zu. The pair had met when Guapo (another of O'Sullivan's collaborations) and Zu played some shows together many moons ago. The pair share a love of sharing the creative process, and outside of Zu Pupillo has played in the Ex, and improvised with everyone from Peter Brötzmann to Oren Ambarchi to FM Einheit. He spends six months of the year at his home in Peru, studying ancient wisdom and power plants with the ayahuasqueros.

It had originally been planned for O'Sullivan, Johnstone and François Testory (who provided the transcendent choral vocals to Coil’s cover of "Going Up", the theme to sitcom Are You Being Served?) to work together on a piece of choreography tentatively called The Black Egg. With Ian departed and Tower Gardens in a state of flux and closure, the remaining pair began work, and in the midst of a great grief sounds began to flow with little discussion, the purpose only to celebrate the artistic and human heritage of dearly departed friends through music.

Drawing on a rich tapestry of influences ranging from the plainchant of Hildegard von Bingen to Alice Coltrane's vedantic tapes to the monolithic bass frequencies of Godflesh, Laniakea evokes eternal vibrations devoted to living spirit in perpetual becoming. These four tracks of surging drone and melodic transcendence are cosmic hymns, atomised riffs slowed and stretched to unveil a pantheon of sound in particle form.

On Laniakea, O'Sullivan and Pupillo distill the dusty air and must of 147 Tower Gardens Road, capturing the life and energy, art and magick that Ian Johnstone brought to this quiet, neglected and tatty corner of the metropolis. As London increasingly becomes Dubai-on-Thames, there will be few places like this in future times. Laniakea is therefore an elegy both to that house, to Johnstone, and ways of being that are increasingly suffocated, stamped out, ignored. Back at the house, the garden has gone, ripped up, destroyed, sent into smoke atop a municipal pyre. No doubt coat after coat of beige paint is being applied to try and cover the dark warm wood inside, and the ivy has been ripped from the brickwork. Ian Johnstone's objects are scattered to the winds. 147 Tower Gardens was more than a home in a storm or an island in a dying city. It was Ian, and everyone he welcomed in, and all they created there. Laniakea is a final signal, yet an eternal vibration.

audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. 1. Elakoyah or The Contagious Magick Of The Superabundance
02. The Sky Is An Egg
03. Zone In Parallel Rose
04. Calcite

last update: 2017-12-12
Laniakea (United Kingdom)
"A Pot of Powdered Nettles - Pink Vinyl" 12" LP 2016, House of Mythology
20.00EUR • approx. 29USD [ temp. out of stock ] : [ pre-order ]
Laniakea evokes eternal vibrations devoted to living spirit in perpetual becoming. These four tracks of surging drone and melodic transcendence are cosmic hymns summoned by Coil-aficionados Daniel O'Sullivan (Ulver) and Massimo Pupillo (Zu).

Tower Gardens Road was an island surrounded by privet hedge and a rich wilderness out the back, around which the grime and grot of North London flowed, never penetrating. This fortress against the modern rush was shaped and transformed inside and out by the love and creativity of Ian Johnstone, gentleman satyr and Coil affiliate. Much of the house's interior was clad in dark stained wood, a dense menagerie of power amulets and the sidereal painting of Austin Osman Spare, the foliage outside filtering sunlight into a flickering green.

Over the years Ian Johnstone allowed those struggling against the high rents and broken loves of the capital to share his home. This generosity was repaid in the music that was created at 147 Tower Gardens, notably by Daniel O'Sullivan, who quietly foraged the sounds that made up albums by Ulver, Æthenor and Mothlite in a room with ornately barred windows at the rear of the house. For a while he was joined there by Alexander Tucker, with whom he recorded the transportive psychedelic pop of Grumbling Fur.

Ian Johnstone died in the spring of 2015, 147 Tower Gardens becoming a place of grief and remembering as his spirit departed. The sacred interior was gradually dismantled and abandoned, in the process of packing an immense cabinet of curiosities into cardboard boxes, Daniel was visited by his friend Massimo Pupillo of Zu. The pair had met when Guapo (another of O'Sullivan's collaborations) and Zu played some shows together many moons ago. The pair share a love of sharing the creative process, and outside of Zu Pupillo has played in the Ex, and improvised with everyone from Peter Brötzmann to Oren Ambarchi to FM Einheit. He spends six months of the year at his home in Peru, studying ancient wisdom and power plants with the ayahuasqueros.

It had originally been planned for O'Sullivan, Johnstone and François Testory (who provided the transcendent choral vocals to Coil’s cover of "Going Up", the theme to sitcom Are You Being Served?) to work together on a piece of choreography tentatively called The Black Egg. With Ian departed and Tower Gardens in a state of flux and closure, the remaining pair began work, and in the midst of a great grief sounds began to flow with little discussion, the purpose only to celebrate the artistic and human heritage of dearly departed friends through music.

Drawing on a rich tapestry of influences ranging from the plainchant of Hildegard von Bingen to Alice Coltrane's vedantic tapes to the monolithic bass frequencies of Godflesh, Laniakea evokes eternal vibrations devoted to living spirit in perpetual becoming. These four tracks of surging drone and melodic transcendence are cosmic hymns, atomised riffs slowed and stretched to unveil a pantheon of sound in particle form.

On Laniakea, O'Sullivan and Pupillo distill the dusty air and must of 147 Tower Gardens Road, capturing the life and energy, art and magick that Ian Johnstone brought to this quiet, neglected and tatty corner of the metropolis. As London increasingly becomes Dubai-on-Thames, there will be few places like this in future times. Laniakea is therefore an elegy both to that house, to Johnstone, and ways of being that are increasingly suffocated, stamped out, ignored. Back at the house, the garden has gone, ripped up, destroyed, sent into smoke atop a municipal pyre. No doubt coat after coat of beige paint is being applied to try and cover the dark warm wood inside, and the ivy has been ripped from the brickwork. Ian Johnstone's objects are scattered to the winds. 147 Tower Gardens was more than a home in a storm or an island in a dying city. It was Ian, and everyone he welcomed in, and all they created there. Laniakea is a final signal, yet an eternal vibration.

related projects
- tracklist -
01. 1. Elakoyah or The Contagious Magick Of The Superabundance
02. The Sky Is An Egg
03. Zone In Parallel Rose
04. Calcite

last update: 2018-09-20
Laniakea (United Kingdom)
"A Pot of Powdered Nettles" CD 2016, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Laniakea evokes eternal vibrations devoted to living spirit in perpetual becoming. These four tracks of surging drone and melodic transcendence are cosmic hymns summoned by Coil-aficionados Daniel O'Sullivan (Ulver) and Massimo Pupillo (Zu).

Tower Gardens Road was an island surrounded by privet hedge and a rich wilderness out the back, around which the grime and grot of North London flowed, never penetrating. This fortress against the modern rush was shaped and transformed inside and out by the love and creativity of Ian Johnstone, gentleman satyr and Coil affiliate. Much of the house's interior was clad in dark stained wood, a dense menagerie of power amulets and the sidereal painting of Austin Osman Spare, the foliage outside filtering sunlight into a flickering green.

Over the years Ian Johnstone allowed those struggling against the high rents and broken loves of the capital to share his home. This generosity was repaid in the music that was created at 147 Tower Gardens, notably by Daniel O'Sullivan, who quietly foraged the sounds that made up albums by Ulver, Æthenor and Mothlite in a room with ornately barred windows at the rear of the house. For a while he was joined there by Alexander Tucker, with whom he recorded the transportive psychedelic pop of Grumbling Fur.

Ian Johnstone died in the spring of 2015, 147 Tower Gardens becoming a place of grief and remembering as his spirit departed. The sacred interior was gradually dismantled and abandoned, in the process of packing an immense cabinet of curiosities into cardboard boxes, Daniel was visited by his friend Massimo Pupillo of Zu. The pair had met when Guapo (another of O'Sullivan's collaborations) and Zu played some shows together many moons ago. The pair share a love of sharing the creative process, and outside of Zu Pupillo has played in the Ex, and improvised with everyone from Peter Brötzmann to Oren Ambarchi to FM Einheit. He spends six months of the year at his home in Peru, studying ancient wisdom and power plants with the ayahuasqueros.

It had originally been planned for O'Sullivan, Johnstone and François Testory (who provided the transcendent choral vocals to Coil’s cover of "Going Up", the theme to sitcom Are You Being Served?) to work together on a piece of choreography tentatively called The Black Egg. With Ian departed and Tower Gardens in a state of flux and closure, the remaining pair began work, and in the midst of a great grief sounds began to flow with little discussion, the purpose only to celebrate the artistic and human heritage of dearly departed friends through music.

Drawing on a rich tapestry of influences ranging from the plainchant of Hildegard von Bingen to Alice Coltrane's vedantic tapes to the monolithic bass frequencies of Godflesh, Laniakea evokes eternal vibrations devoted to living spirit in perpetual becoming. These four tracks of surging drone and melodic transcendence are cosmic hymns, atomised riffs slowed and stretched to unveil a pantheon of sound in particle form.

On Laniakea, O'Sullivan and Pupillo distill the dusty air and must of 147 Tower Gardens Road, capturing the life and energy, art and magick that Ian Johnstone brought to this quiet, neglected and tatty corner of the metropolis. As London increasingly becomes Dubai-on-Thames, there will be few places like this in future times. Laniakea is therefore an elegy both to that house, to Johnstone, and ways of being that are increasingly suffocated, stamped out, ignored. Back at the house, the garden has gone, ripped up, destroyed, sent into smoke atop a municipal pyre. No doubt coat after coat of beige paint is being applied to try and cover the dark warm wood inside, and the ivy has been ripped from the brickwork. Ian Johnstone's objects are scattered to the winds. 147 Tower Gardens was more than a home in a storm or an island in a dying city. It was Ian, and everyone he welcomed in, and all they created there. Laniakea is a final signal, yet an eternal vibration.

audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. 1. Elakoyah or The Contagious Magick Of The Superabundance
02. The Sky Is An Egg
03. Zone In Parallel Rose
04. Calcite

last update: 2019-05-25
Nodding God (United Kingdom)
"Play Wooden Child - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2019, House of Mythology
22.00EUR • approx. 31.9USD [ new ] : [ add to cart ]
Nodding God (feat. David Tibet and Andrew Lilles). "Play Wooden Child" is an album powered by Stars and Cuneiform and Pop, based on planetary correspondences—spirits, intelligences, demons, metals, and numbers, and with lyrics utterly sung in Akkadian.

audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Trapezoid Haunting
02. Natron Skipping Rope
03. Xanthosis Sabbat Clock
04. Antimony Moon Fangs
05. Calcination Totem Station
06. Salamander Candy
07. Geometric Magus Breath

last update: 2019-03-18
Nodding God (United Kingdom)
"Play Wooden Child - Pink Vinyl" 12" LP 2019, House of Mythology
24.00EUR • approx. 34.8USD [ new : recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
Nodding God (feat. David Tibet and Andrew Lilles). "Play Wooden Child" is an album powered by Stars and Cuneiform and Pop, based on planetary correspondences—spirits, intelligences, demons, metals, and numbers, and with lyrics utterly sung in Akkadian.

audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Trapezoid Haunting
02. Natron Skipping Rope
03. Xanthosis Sabbat Clock
04. Antimony Moon Fangs
05. Calcination Totem Station
06. Salamander Candy
07. Geometric Magus Breath

last update: 2019-03-18
Nodding God (United Kingdom)
"Play Wooden Child" CD 2019, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ new ] : [ add to cart ]
Nodding God (feat. David Tibet and Andrew Lilles). "Play Wooden Child" is an album powered by Stars and Cuneiform and Pop, based on planetary correspondences—spirits, intelligences, demons, metals, and numbers, and with lyrics utterly sung in Akkadian.

audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Trapezoid Haunting
02. Natron Skipping Rope
03. Xanthosis Sabbat Clock
04. Antimony Moon Fangs
05. Calcination Totem Station
06. Salamander Candy
07. Geometric Magus Breath

last update: 2019-03-18
Stian Westerhus (Norway)
"Amputation - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2016, House of Mythology
20.00EUR • approx. 29USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
A triumph of experimentation and abstraction, marrying a fearless innovative drive with stark emotional resonance which is likely to strike a chord with admirers of latter-day Scott Walker, James Blake and Ben Frost alike.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Kings Never Sleep
02. Sinking Ships
03. How Long
04. Amputation
05. Infectious Decay
06. Amputation Part II

last update: 2019-01-08
Stian Westerhus (Norway)
"Amputation" CD 2016, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
A triumph of experimentation and abstraction, marrying a fearless innovative drive with stark emotional resonance which is likely to strike a chord with admirers of latter-day Scott Walker, James Blake and Ben Frost alike.

“To know what you have, and to give all of it up – even if you know that it’s going to keep haunting you for the rest of your life. Phantom pain. Diagnosing what is the best of two evils – is what this album is about.”

Amputation, the new album by Stian Westerhus, may be centred on dislocation, loss and melancholia, yet from such turbulent origins a work of life-affirming catharsis has arrived. His first release for House of Mythology – following a plethora of acclaimed collaborative and solo work – is a triumph of experimentation and abstraction, marrying a fearless innovative drive with stark emotional resonance. Otherworldly and exhilarating, it’s the sound of a virtuoso musician throwing away both caution and co-ordinates and taking a dive into the unknown, with spellbinding results.

“It´s music I’ve dropped to the floor repeatedly, maybe even on purpose. It’s music in a cracked mirror portraying the time it was created.”

Stian Westerhus started his musical life studying jazz, his work taking him firstly to Middlesex, where he graduated as a Bachelor of Music before his Masters at Trondheim Musikkonservatorium NTNU. Since then, he’s worked constantly, touring and recording with a dizzying array of artists including Jaga Jazzist, Supersilent, Nils Petter Molvær and Motorpsycho, not to mention a series of solo records for Rune Grammofon. He has also made several commissions, like Ripples, Rapples & Disbelief with Trondheim Jazz Orchestra (2012), Longitude with Britten Sinfonia (2013) and Redundance 40 with South Netherlands Philharmonic (2014). His list of achievements is as lengthy as it is impressive, ranging from a BBC Jazz Innovation Award in 2008 to several Norwegian Grammy nominations (Spellemannprisen, where he has two awards to his name – with Jaga Jazzist for One-Armed Bandit, category Open Class 2010, and also in the Jazz category for Didymoi Dreams, his 2013 collaboration with Sidsel Endresen). Throughout, he’s consistently found ways to create new paradigms largely via a distinct and innovative approach to the mediums of six strings, pickups, effects and amplification.

“From when all ends came loose. Pieces, like mounted in my musicianship with rusty bolts, continuously oxidizing their way through my skin.”?

Amputation, however marks new frontiers for this always bold and intrepid pathfinder, encompassing a mission in which Westerhus’ ever-evolving exploration of his instrument combines with a series of soundworlds that seamlessly veer from tender melody to bracing electronic edifices of sound to convey a startlingly articulate speech of the heart. Though existing strictly in its own distinct headspace, the emotive cry of “How Long” – burnished by celestial guitar filigree and plaintive falsetto harmonies yet with a refrain that snags in the memory – is likely to strike a chord with admirers of latter-day Scott Walker, James Blake and Ben Frost alike. Meanwhile, the two part “Amputation” suite of Side Two is unflinching sturm-und-drang, using both forceful assaults of binary-derived noise and eerie disquiet to convey trauma and unease with bleak yet exhilarating potency.

Soon to be presented as a 16.1 surround sound installation at Notam in Oslo, Amputation is a fearless and uncompromising trawl into the murky depths of the psyche, one that has struck treasure in the form of an album unlike any you’ll hear this year – the sound of a mercurial artist reaching between thought and expression to arrive at a vision by turns harrowing and heavenly in its intensity.

“Thematically it’s about leaving what is most precious and sacred behind. About accepting loss, damage and defeat. About those moments when you realize you are on the very edge of life and society as you know it.”

– Jimmy Martin

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- tracklist -
01. Kings Never Sleep
02. Sinking Ships
03. How Long
04. Amputation
05. Infectious Decay
06. Amputation Part II

last update: 2019-04-28
Teleplasmiste (United Kingdom)
"Frequency Is The New Ecstasy" 12" LP 2017, House of Mythology
21.00EUR • approx. 30.5USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Mark O. Pilkington (Strange Attractor Press, Urthona) and Michael J. York (Coil, Cyclobe, The Stargazer’s Assistant) explore nature and electricity through a combination of vintage and contemporary synthesisers and acoustic pipes. Lim. 300x, 180gr. vinyl.

audio files available
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[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A1. A Gift Of Unknown Things
A2. Gravity Is The Enemy
B1. Astodaan
B2. Fall of the Yak Man
B3. Radioclast

last update: 2019-05-25
Teleplasmiste (United Kingdom)
"Frequency Is The New Ecstasy" CD 2017, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Mark O. Pilkington (Strange Attractor Press, Urthona) and Michael J. York (Coil, Cyclobe, The Stargazer’s Assistant) explore nature and electricity through a combination of vintage and contemporary synthesisers and acoustic pipes. Lim. 300x, 180gr. vinyl.

audio files available
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[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. A Gift Of Unknown Things
02. Gravity Is The Enemy
03. Astodaan
04. Fall of the Yak Man
05. Radioclast

last update: 2019-05-25
The Stargazer's Assistant (United Kingdom)
"Remoteness Of Light - Black Vinyl" 2x 12" Gatefold LP 2016, House of Mythology
25.00EUR • approx. 36.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
"Remoteness of Light" eschews and subverts genre identification, drawing the listener into an unfamiliar, richly atmospheric, and elemental sound world populated by bursts of freeform percussion, spectral melodies and seething, haunted airs. Lim. 200x.

audio files available
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[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Agents Of Altitude
02. World Of Amphibia
03. Remoteness Of Light
04. Birth Of Decay (live) - bonus track, only available on the vinyl editions

last update: 2018-11-08
The Stargazer's Assistant (United Kingdom)
"Remoteness Of Light - Turquoise Vinyl" 2x 12" Gatefold LP 2016, House of Mythology
27.00EUR • approx. 39.2USD [ add to cart ]
"Remoteness of Light" eschews and subverts genre identification, drawing the listener into an unfamiliar, richly atmospheric, and elemental sound world populated by bursts of freeform percussion, spectral melodies and seething, haunted airs. Lim. 200x.

audio files available
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[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Agents Of Altitude
02. World Of Amphibia
03. Remoteness Of Light
04. Birth Of Decay (live) - bonus track, only available on the vinyl editions

last update: 2019-02-11
The Stargazer's Assistant (United Kingdom)
"Remoteness Of Light - White Vinyl" 2x 12" Gatefold LP 2016, House of Mythology
27.00EUR • approx. 39.2USD [ add to cart ]
"Remoteness of Light" eschews and subverts genre identification, drawing the listener into an unfamiliar, richly atmospheric, and elemental sound world populated by bursts of freeform percussion, spectral melodies and seething, haunted airs. Lim. 100x.

audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Agents Of Altitude
02. World Of Amphibia
03. Remoteness Of Light
04. Birth Of Decay (live) - bonus track, only available on the vinyl editions

last update: 2019-02-11
The Stargazer's Assistant (United Kingdom)
"Remoteness Of Light" CD 2016, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
"Remoteness of Light" eschews and subverts genre identification, drawing the listener into an unfamiliar, richly atmospheric, and elemental sound world populated by bursts of freeform percussion, spectral melodies and seething, haunted airs.

audio files available
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[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Agents Of Altitude
02. World Of Amphibia
03. Remoteness Of Light

last update: 2019-04-28
The Stargazer's Assistant (United Kingdom)
"Resurgam I, Resurgam II" CD 2018, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
A powerful deep listening experience. Named after a pair of steam-powered, manned submarines developed in North West England during the late nineteenth century, "Resurgam I, Resurgam II" draws us into the depths, where sound conjures space.

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- tracklist -
01. Resurgam I (18:50)
02. Resurgam II (19:01)

last update: 2019-04-28
Ulver (Norway)
"Riverhead O.S.T. - Black Vynil" 12" Gatefold LP 2016, House of Mythology
20.00EUR • approx. 29USD [ recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
Riverhead is the original score to a film by Justin Oakey. A hushed, airy and ominous soundtrack from the Norwegian masters, touching on Nordic and Celtic folk music from within an ambient/atmospheric frame. Lim. 500 on black vinyl!

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[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A1. Riverhead
A2. Alleyways
A3. The Road To Town
A4. In A Wooden Coat
A5. Idle Hands Are The Devil's Playthings
A6. Father's Feud
A7. In Memoriam
B1. Stoke The Fire
B2. Bored Of Canada
B3. Hard Standing
B4. Stalking
B5. A Waste Of Your Father's Life
B6. Spiteful Things
B7. The Hunt
B8. Snake In The Grass

last update: 2017-12-12
Ulver (Norway)
"ATGCLVLSSCAP - Black Vynil" 2x 12" Gatefold LP 2016, House of Mythology
25.00EUR • approx. 36.3USD [ temp. out of stock ] : [ pre-order ]
A new album, consists of over 80 minutes worth of multitracked and studio-enhanced live, mostly improvisational, rock and electronic soundscapes. Influences are diverse, ranging from Prog, electronica and Krautrock, showcasing Ulver's love of 70s music.

Release date: 22.01.2016 (expected shipping date: 25.01.2016)


In Newton’s basic laws of motion – those which lie at the heart of modern physics – the paradox stands that constant velocity is essentially as natural as being at rest. True to form, in the now twenty-two-year-old life of Ulver, only one constant has remained, that being a forward-driving spirit that has moved this mercurial Norwegian-based collective forever through challenges and adventure anew, irrespective of reductive genre pigeonholing. Moreover, their latest voyage into the unknown is no different, marking another new chapter for an outfit characterised by wild and inspiring unpredictability, along with a fresh triumph for one of modern music’s most iconoclastic forces.

The basis for ATGCLVLSSCAP – which the band has been working with under the moniker ‘12’ – arrives from recordings made at twelve different live shows that Ulver performed in February 2014, in which band the band vaulted into the deep end of an improvisatory approach to their performance. As Kristoffer Rygg, the prime mover of the band since its inception puts it wryly, “The tour was to be an experiment, kind of loose and scary for a band as ‘set in their ways’ as us.”

Although the line-up for these shows remained similar to that on 2012’s psychedelic covers album Childhood’s End, and the band had taken succour from the sounds and headspace they explored on that record, this was another break into new territory, using their live energy and spontaneity as the fuel for aural explorations that would surprise even the band themselves. “At the end of any album process, I can’t wait to do something else,” comments Rygg. ”So yeah, it is partly borne out of that feeling, being a bit bored with the circumstances. It was quite liberating to do something more in the moment. One night a jam could be five minutes, and the next it could be fifteen. We couldn’t have captured these songs in a studio environment.”

Once the tour was over, it was down to his bandmate Daniel O’Sullivan to take charge of these multitrack recordings, sculpting and editing hours of material in his North London enclave, formerly owned by charismatic artist and Coil associate, the sadly departed Ian Johnstone – as O’Sullivan noted, “The hungry ghosts of the now empty house appear to be burrowing into this record.” Anders Møller, Kristoffer Rygg and Tore Ylwizaker got involved a bit later, honing things from their end in Subsonic Society and Oak Hill Studios, Oslo, before the vinyl cutting process took place at THD Vinyl Mastering, also in Oslo, in which the band was fully involved in the crucial initial cut of the 14” lacquer. What resulted is the widescreen sweep and atmospheric splendour of ATGCLVLSSCAP, ultimately a piece of work that exists above and beyond any conventional live recording, rather a hallucinatory travelogue as potent an experience to bear witness to as it was to construct.

As always in the world of Ulver, influences are disparate and diverse, yet as Rygg notes, “It’s quite tributary in a way, there are clear nods to sounds from the past.” Many of these dwell in progressive, electronic and krautrock realms, heralding a lifelong love within the band for the music of the 70s – the fiery mantras of ‘Om Hanumate Namah’ and the motorik drive of ‘Cromagnosis’ draw an astral trajectory between the propulsion of Kraftwerk/Neu! and the ritualistic intensity of prime Amon Düül II, whilst the spirits of both Klaus Schulze and John Carpenter are audible in the electronic soundscapes of ‘Desert/Dawn’, not to mention the Bernard Herrmann touch in the closing ‘Solaris’. Even when the band revisits an earlier gem from 2000’s Perdition City album, as on ‘Nowhere (Sweet Sixteen)’, its reinvigorated by their expansive and emotionally charged approach.

“We always feel like, independently of what kind of instrumentation we use, we’re still playing the same nocturnal stuff,” laughs Rygg. “There are a few motifs that keep recurring all the time in what we do, and if it’s in a rock form or an electronic form, it’s always there.” Yet as true as this may be, by shaking up their creative process, the band have summoned up a unique testimony to the creative power of a mighty force who remain blissfully free of genre or convention, ATGCLVLSSCAP is progressive in the truest sense of the word, a record that may be this capricious band’s pièce-de-resistance.

– Jimmy Martin



audio files available
related projects
- tracklist -
01. England’s Hidden
02. Glammer Hammer
03. Moody Stix
04. Cromagnosis
05. The Spirits That Lend Strength Are Invisible
06. Om Hanumate Namah
07. Desert/Dawn
08. D-Day Drone
09. Gold Beach
10. Nowhere (Sweet Sixteen)
11. Ecclesiastes (A Vernal Catnap)
12. Solaris

last update: 2019-05-29
Ulver (Norway)
"ATGCLVLSSCAP - White Vynil" 2x 12" Gatefold LP 2016, House of Mythology
27.00EUR • approx. 39.2USD [ temp. out of stock ] : [ pre-order ]
A new album, consists of over 80 minutes worth of multitracked and studio-enhanced live, mostly improvisational, rock and electronic soundscapes. Influences are diverse, ranging from Prog, electronica and Krautrock, showcasing Ulver's love of 70s music.

related projects
- tracklist -
01. England’s Hidden
02. Glammer Hammer
03. Moody Stix
04. Cromagnosis
05. The Spirits That Lend Strength Are Invisible
06. Om Hanumate Namah
07. Desert/Dawn
08. D-Day Drone
09. Gold Beach
10. Nowhere (Sweet Sixteen)
11. Ecclesiastes (A Vernal Catnap)
12. Solaris

last update: 2018-07-18
Ulver (Norway)
"ATGCLVLSSCAP" CD 2016, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
A new album, consists of over 80 minutes worth of multitracked and studio-enhanced live, mostly improvisational, rock and electronic soundscapes. Influences are diverse, ranging from Prog, electronica and Krautrock, showcasing Ulver's love of 70s music.

Release date: 22.01.2016 (expected shipping date: 25.01.2016)

In Newton’s basic laws of motion – those which lie at the heart of modern physics – the paradox stands that constant velocity is essentially as natural as being at rest. True to form, in the now twenty-two-year-old life of Ulver, only one constant has remained, that being a forward-driving spirit that has moved this mercurial Norwegian-based collective forever through challenges and adventure anew, irrespective of reductive genre pigeonholing. Moreover, their latest voyage into the unknown is no different, marking another new chapter for an outfit characterised by wild and inspiring unpredictability, along with a fresh triumph for one of modern music’s most iconoclastic forces.

The basis for ATGCLVLSSCAP – which the band has been working with under the moniker ‘12’ – arrives from recordings made at twelve different live shows that Ulver performed in February 2014, in which band the band vaulted into the deep end of an improvisatory approach to their performance. As Kristoffer Rygg, the prime mover of the band since its inception puts it wryly, “The tour was to be an experiment, kind of loose and scary for a band as ‘set in their ways’ as us.”

Although the line-up for these shows remained similar to that on 2012’s psychedelic covers album Childhood’s End, and the band had taken succour from the sounds and headspace they explored on that record, this was another break into new territory, using their live energy and spontaneity as the fuel for aural explorations that would surprise even the band themselves. “At the end of any album process, I can’t wait to do something else,” comments Rygg. ”So yeah, it is partly borne out of that feeling, being a bit bored with the circumstances. It was quite liberating to do something more in the moment. One night a jam could be five minutes, and the next it could be fifteen. We couldn’t have captured these songs in a studio environment.”

Once the tour was over, it was down to his bandmate Daniel O’Sullivan to take charge of these multitrack recordings, sculpting and editing hours of material in his North London enclave, formerly owned by charismatic artist and Coil associate, the sadly departed Ian Johnstone – as O’Sullivan noted, “The hungry ghosts of the now empty house appear to be burrowing into this record.” Anders Møller, Kristoffer Rygg and Tore Ylwizaker got involved a bit later, honing things from their end in Subsonic Society and Oak Hill Studios, Oslo, before the vinyl cutting process took place at THD Vinyl Mastering, also in Oslo, in which the band was fully involved in the crucial initial cut of the 14” lacquer. What resulted is the widescreen sweep and atmospheric splendour of ATGCLVLSSCAP, ultimately a piece of work that exists above and beyond any conventional live recording, rather a hallucinatory travelogue as potent an experience to bear witness to as it was to construct.

As always in the world of Ulver, influences are disparate and diverse, yet as Rygg notes, “It’s quite tributary in a way, there are clear nods to sounds from the past.” Many of these dwell in progressive, electronic and krautrock realms, heralding a lifelong love within the band for the music of the 70s – the fiery mantras of ‘Om Hanumate Namah’ and the motorik drive of ‘Cromagnosis’ draw an astral trajectory between the propulsion of Kraftwerk/Neu! and the ritualistic intensity of prime Amon Düül II, whilst the spirits of both Klaus Schulze and John Carpenter are audible in the electronic soundscapes of ‘Desert/Dawn’, not to mention the Bernard Herrmann touch in the closing ‘Solaris’. Even when the band revisits an earlier gem from 2000’s Perdition City album, as on ‘Nowhere (Sweet Sixteen)’, its reinvigorated by their expansive and emotionally charged approach.

“We always feel like, independently of what kind of instrumentation we use, we’re still playing the same nocturnal stuff,” laughs Rygg. “There are a few motifs that keep recurring all the time in what we do, and if it’s in a rock form or an electronic form, it’s always there.” Yet as true as this may be, by shaking up their creative process, the band have summoned up a unique testimony to the creative power of a mighty force who remain blissfully free of genre or convention, ATGCLVLSSCAP is progressive in the truest sense of the word, a record that may be this capricious band’s pièce-de-resistance.

– Jimmy Martin



audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. England’s Hidden
02. Glammer Hammer
03. Moody Stix
04. Cromagnosis
05. The Spirits That Lend Strength Are Invisible
06. Om Hanumate Namah
07. Desert/Dawn
08. D-Day Drone
09. Gold Beach
10. Nowhere (Sweet Sixteen)
11. Ecclesiastes (A Vernal Catnap)
12. Solaris

last update: 2019-06-11
Ulver (Norway)
"Riverhead O.S.T." CD 2016, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Riverhead is the original score to a film by Justin Oakey. A hushed, airy and ominous soundtrack from the Norwegian masters, touching on Nordic and Celtic folk music from within an ambient/atmospheric frame.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Riverhead
02. Alleyways
03. Road To Town
04. In A Wooden Coat
05. Idle Hands Are The Devil's Playthings
06. Father's Feud
07. In Memoriam
08. Stoke The Fire
09. Bored Of Canada
10. Hard Standing
11. Stalking
12. A Waste Of Your Father's Life
13. Spiteful Things
14. The Hunt
15. Snake In The Grass

last update: 2018-12-10
Ulver (Norway)
"The Assassination of Julius Caesar - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2017, House of Mythology
21.00EUR • approx. 30.5USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Ulver's first fully fledged studio album since 2011’s "Wars of the Roses". They call it "their pop album,” something they have been longing to do for years, and their unruly play with myth, history and popular culture has never been more manifest.

audio files available
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A1. Nemoralia
A2. Rolling Stone
A3. So Falls the World
A4. Southern Gothic
B1. Angelus Novus
B2. Transverberation
B3. 1969
B4. Coming Home

last update: 2019-06-11
Ulver (Norway)
"The Assassination of Julius Caesar" CD 2017, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Ulver's first fully fledged studio album since 2011’s "Wars of the Roses". They call it "their pop album,” something they have been longing to do for years, and their unruly play with myth, history and popular culture has never been more manifest.

audio files available
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Nemoralia
02. Rolling Stone
03. So Falls the World
04. Southern Gothic
05. Angelus Novus
06. Transverberation
07. 1969
08. Coming Home

last update: 2019-03-18
Ulver (Norway)
"ATGCLVLSSCAP - size XL" T-Shirt 2017, House of Mythology
16.00EUR • approx. 23.2USD [ add to cart ]
White print on black, Gildan Heavy Cotton T-shirt. ULVER logo and geometric motif for the "ATGCLVLSSCAP" album. Official merchandise.

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last update: 2019-02-11
Ulver (Norway)
"Shadows of the Sun - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
22.00EUR • approx. 31.9USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
Shadows of the Sun is a meditation on all the crosses we collectively carry and the folly of carrying them. It is a pensive, quiet work singularly committed to an aesthetic of beauty. 180gr. vinyl, in matte varnished sleeve w/insert.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A1. Eos (5:05)
A2. All The Love (3:42)
A3. Like Music (3:30)
A4. Vigil (4:27)
A5. Shadows Of The Sun (4:36)
B1. Let The Children Go (3:50)
B2. Solitude (3:53)
B3. Funebre (4:26)
B4. What Happened? (6:25)

last update: 2019-02-21
Ulver (Norway)
"Sic Transit Gloria Mundi - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
22.00EUR • approx. 31.9USD [ new ] : [ add to cart ]
The sad remains from "Assassination of Julius Caesar", Ulver's Caesarean banquet. Two songs left on the drawing board at the time of the album, plus a cover of 'The Power Of Love', by Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and 4 bonus live tracks.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A1. Echo Chamber (Room of Tears)
A2. Bring Out Your Dead
A3. The Power of Love (Frankie Goes to Hollywood)
Bonus Live Tracks:
B1. Nemoralia (Dark Mofo, Odeon Theatre, Hobart, Tasmania, June 15 2017)
B2. Southern Gothic (Labirinto della Masone, Fontanellato, Parma, Italy, June 3 2017)
B3. Transverberation (Labirinto della Masone, Fontanellato, Parma, Italy, June 3 2017)
B4. Rolling Stone (Bergen International Festival, Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway, May 28 2018)

last update: 2018-10-11
Ulver (Norway)
"Sic Transit Gloria Mundi - Lilac Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
23.00EUR • approx. 33.4USD [ temp. out of stock ] : [ pre-order ]
The sad remains from "Assassination of Julius Caesar", Ulver's Caesarean banquet. Two songs left on the drawing board at the time of the album, plus a cover of 'The Power Of Love', by Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and 4 bonus live tracks, lim. 500x.

related projects
- tracklist -
A1. Echo Chamber (Room of Tears)
A2. Bring Out Your Dead
A3. The Power of Love (Frankie Goes to Hollywood)
Bonus Live Tracks:
B1. Nemoralia (Dark Mofo, Odeon Theatre, Hobart, Tasmania, June 15 2017)
B2. Southern Gothic (Labirinto della Masone, Fontanellato, Parma, Italy, June 3 2017)
B3. Transverberation (Labirinto della Masone, Fontanellato, Parma, Italy, June 3 2017)
B4. Rolling Stone (Bergen International Festival, Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway, May 28 2018)

last update: 2019-04-12
Ulver (Norway)
"Sic Transit Gloria Mundi - Neon Yellow Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
23.00EUR • approx. 33.4USD [ new : recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
The sad remains from "Assassination of Julius Caesar", Ulver's Caesarean banquet. Two songs left on the drawing board at the time of the album, plus a cover of 'The Power Of Love', by Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and 4 bonus live tracks, lim. 500x.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A1. Echo Chamber (Room of Tears)
A2. Bring Out Your Dead
A3. The Power of Love (Frankie Goes to Hollywood)
Bonus Live Tracks:
B1. Nemoralia (Dark Mofo, Odeon Theatre, Hobart, Tasmania, June 15 2017)
B2. Southern Gothic (Labirinto della Masone, Fontanellato, Parma, Italy, June 3 2017)
B3. Transverberation (Labirinto della Masone, Fontanellato, Parma, Italy, June 3 2017)
B4. Rolling Stone (Bergen International Festival, Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway, May 28 2018)

last update: 2018-10-11
Ulver (Norway)
"Sic Transit Gloria Mundi" CDSingle 2018, House of Mythology
9.00EUR • approx. 13.1USD [ recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
The sad remains from "Assassination of Julius Caesar", Ulver's Caesarean banquet. The EP brings two songs left on the drawing board at the time of the album, plus a cover of 'The Power Of Love', by Frankie Goes To Hollywood.

audio files available
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Echo Chamber (Room Of Tears) (4:24)
02. Bring Out Your Dead (4:56)
03. The Power Of Love (5:38)

last update: 2019-02-11
Ulver (Norway)
"Shadows of the Sun - Sun Yellow Vinyl" 12" LP 2019, House of Mythology
23.00EUR • approx. 33.4USD [ new : recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
Shadows of the Sun is a meditation on all the crosses we collectively carry and the folly of carrying them. It is a pensive, quiet work singularly committed to an aesthetic of beauty. 180gr. vinyl, in matte varnished sleeve w/insert. Lim. 400x.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A1. Eos (5:05)
A2. All The Love (3:42)
A3. Like Music (3:30)
A4. Vigil (4:27)
A5. Shadows Of The Sun (4:36)
B1. Let The Children Go (3:50)
B2. Solitude (3:53)
B3. Funebre (4:26)
B4. What Happened? (6:25)

last update: 2019-02-21
Ulver (Norway)
"Drone Activity - Black Vinyl" 2x 12" Gatefold LP 2019, House of Mythology
27.00EUR • approx. 39.2USD [ new : recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
If the Zodiac album was a free-form Ulver interpreting the signs in the stars, "Drone Activity" stares into the abyss, documenting those moments after the last rays of sun speckle the surface and careless subterranean streams start determining the course.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
A. True North
B. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
C. Blood, Fire, Woods, Diamonds
D. Exodus

last update: 2019-03-18
Ulver (Norway)
"Drone Activity - White Vinyl" 2x 12" Gatefold LP 2019, House of Mythology
36.00EUR • approx. 52.2USD [ temp. out of stock ] : [ pre-order ]
If the Zodiac album was a free-form Ulver interpreting the signs in the stars, "Drone Activity" stares into the abyss, documenting those moments after the last rays of sun speckle the surface and careless subterranean streams start determining the course.

related projects
- tracklist -
A. True North
B. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
C. Blood, Fire, Woods, Diamonds
D. Exodus

last update: 2019-08-02
Ulver (Norway)
"Drone Activity" CD 2019, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
If the Zodiac album was a free-form Ulver interpreting the signs in the stars, "Drone Activity" stares into the abyss, documenting those moments after the last rays of sun speckle the surface and careless subterranean streams start determining the course.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. True North
02. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
03. Blood, Fire, Woods, Diamonds
04. Exodus

last update: 2019-09-13
Zu (Italy)
"Jhator - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2017, House of Mythology
22.00EUR • approx. 31.9USD [ temp. out of stock ] : [ pre-order ]
A pensive, mind-expanding foray into abstraction and wonder, rich in cinematic ambience and transcendent, transformational power. A work that connects Zu to their antecedents both spiritual and musical, whilst still forging forward.

audio files available
related projects
- tracklist -
A1. Jhator: A Sky Burial
B1. The Dawning Moon Of The Mind

last update: 2018-09-21
Zu (Italy)
"Jhator" CD 2017, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ add to cart ]
A pensive, mind-expanding foray into abstraction and wonder, rich in cinematic ambience and transcendent, transformational power. A work that connects Zu to their antecedents both spiritual and musical, whilst still forging forward.

audio files available
related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. Jhator: A Sky Burial
02. The Dawning Moon Of The Mind

last update: 2017-12-12
Zu93 (Zu / Current 93) (IT / UK)
"Mirror Emperor - Black Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
22.00EUR • approx. 31.9USD [ recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
The imperial ghost music presented on "Mirror Emperor" marks a return to their earth, a tour amidst the ruins: Gentle guitars, weeping cellos, the occasional rumbling bass and soft percussion, are melted and gently poured into the sepulchral engine.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. The Coming of the Mirror Emperor
02. Confirm the Mirror Emperor
03. Enters the Mirror Emperor
04. To the Mirror Emperor
05. The Heart of the Mirror Emperor
06. The Teeth of the Mirror Emperor
07. (The Absence of the Mirror Emperor)
08. Before the Mirror Emperor
09. To Meet the Mirror Emperor
10. (The Mirror Emperor is Absent)
11. The Imp Trip of the Mirror Emperor
12. Awake (Mirror) Emperor

last update: 2019-02-11
Zu93 (Zu / Current 93) (IT / UK)
"Mirror Emperor - Red Vinyl" 12" LP 2018, House of Mythology
25.00EUR • approx. 36.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
The imperial ghost music presented on "Mirror Emperor" marks a return to their earth, a tour amidst the ruins: Gentle guitars, weeping cellos, the occasional rumbling bass and soft percussion, are melted and gently poured into the sepulchral engine.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. The Coming of the Mirror Emperor
02. Confirm the Mirror Emperor
03. Enters the Mirror Emperor
04. To the Mirror Emperor
05. The Heart of the Mirror Emperor
06. The Teeth of the Mirror Emperor
07. (The Absence of the Mirror Emperor)
08. Before the Mirror Emperor
09. To Meet the Mirror Emperor
10. (The Mirror Emperor is Absent)
11. The Imp Trip of the Mirror Emperor
12. Awake (Mirror) Emperor

last update: 2019-05-25
Zu93 (Zu / Current 93) (IT / UK)
"Mirror Emperor" CD 2018, House of Mythology
14.00EUR • approx. 20.3USD [ back in stock ] : [ add to cart ]
The imperial ghost music presented on "Mirror Emperor" marks a return to their earth, a tour amidst the ruins: Gentle guitars, weeping cellos, the occasional rumbling bass and soft percussion, are melted and gently poured into the sepulchral engine.

related projects
[ add to cart ]
- tracklist -
01. The Coming of the Mirror Emperor
02. Confirm the Mirror Emperor
03. Enters the Mirror Emperor
04. To the Mirror Emperor
05. The Heart of the Mirror Emperor
06. The Teeth of the Mirror Emperor
07. (The Absence of the Mirror Emperor)
08. Before the Mirror Emperor
09. To Meet the Mirror Emperor
10. (The Mirror Emperor is Absent)
11. The Imp Trip of the Mirror Emperor
12. Awake (Mirror) Emperor

last update: 2019-04-02
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