Tag: released

  • Killing the Easter Bunny

    Killing the Easter Bunny

    Certain authorities in South Australia consider distributing virus loaded carrots the best way to cull the wild rabbit populations. Coincidentally this occurs just prior to the Easter period, what better way is there to celebrate than with corpses of an icon of the season littering the roads? Available for purchase on Bandcamp: Killing the Easter…

  • Colours

    Colours

    Celebrating the 80s synthwave/darkwave/gothic sound of “The Sisterhood” with a cover of “Colours”. “Colours”, written by Andrew Eldritch, was originally released by “The Sisterhood” on the album “Gift” in 1986 (there is a great backstory to this album) and then later by the second incarnation of Eldritch’s “The Sisters of Mercy” as an extra track…

  • Saboteur in the sub levels EP

    Saboteur in the sub levels EP

    Somewhere in a sprawling colony city on a distant exoplanet: suspense, chill, intrigue, drama… Instrumental soundscape electronica in four acts. Get your own copy of the full digital release on Bandcamp. Thanks for your support!

  • Blessed by the warmth of the Wicker Man

    Blessed by the warmth of the Wicker Man

    Forget the world of cult movie horror, join hands and celebrate the Warmth of the Wicker Man! Get your own copy of the full digital release on Bandcamp. Thanks for your support! Welcome the warmth Of the Wicker Man Feel the cleansing Of the Wicker Man Energies return To heal this land Banishing the darkness…

  • Hic sunt dracones

    Hic sunt dracones

    Get transported to the uncharted territories of the first full length album released by Scrutiny of the Reptile, a mixed genre experimental instrumental journey. Get your own copy of the full digital release on Bandcamp. But beware, here be dragons.

  • The Light at the End

    The Light at the End
  • Unsettling Seascape

    Unsettling Seascape

    From the belly of a whale…

  • God Complex

    God Complex

    Just because we can, should we?

  • Rust

    Rust

    Cast it in iron, watch it rust

  • Dust

    Dust

    All things carved in stone end in dust